Earlier this week, a post went up about the giant 8K direct view LED display Leyard and Planar (former now owns latter) was showing off at the big National Association of Broadcasters trade show in Las Vegas this week.
One thing that stumped me, at least a bit, was its description as being 8K, since marketing of indoor LED has so far been almost exclusively focused on pixel pitch, the increasingly narrow gap between LED lights on the displays.
Colin James of NanoLumens – which also makes indoor LED – very kindly added a comment to that post that does a terrific job of explaining how resolution comes into play in LED screens. I’ve replicated his comments here:
Continue reading how to calculate HD resolutions for indoor LED displays.