Last week we gave you the first three of seven things to know about LED wall. Here are the last four!
There's lots more to know about LED wall, but hopefully these seven points will give you a start into knowing more. If you are looking to add LED wall to your system, and want to know more, schedule a Site Spec with us so we can talk you through all the details of having LED.
With all displays, light is a big factor. In classrooms and conference rooms we must make sure light will not glare off a screen for a presentation. On a stage we must make sure the ambient lights don’t affect what’s intended to be seen. A business here in town has a large room with floor to ceiling windows across at least half the room. As you can imagine, the view is wonderful, but the natural lighting was very bright causing conflict on their projection screen. We installed an LED wall in its place, it won’t matter how sunny the day is, their team will still be able to use the room for their functions. The light source coming from the new LED wall is far brighter than a projection system as light emits directly from the LED’s towards the audience and the led wall itself does not reflect other light from the room.
LED panels require processing. A projector is easy to plug in and start using, but LED requires a processor to split your visual data up across panels and is an additional cost. There are many different processors and they all fill different needs and features. Some are made to handle different sizes and pixel pitches of LED walls. Lambda can help you pick the one that best fits your needs and help ensure your LED wall is fully processed and ready to go.
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