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Superbowl & SUPER Screens

 

Super Bowl 54 has come & gone…how did your team do? Hope you didn’t over-do with chicken wings & chili! This annual behemoth event conjures-up things very specific to the match-up, including outrageous commercials, a half-time show, & of course - VERY IMPRESSIVE video screens! As we are all quite aware, video monitor technology has had meteoric improvement since the early days of Superbowl #1 in 1967 in Los Angeles - & continues to improve with each passing year. From the big, bulky “furniture-esque” cathode-ray-tubed sets of the 60s & 70s - to today’s slender, modern, wall-mounted LCD & LED screens - we have become truly spoiled in our viewing habits…both at home & at the office. According to Planar - one of the AV Industry’s leading Video display manufacturers - “Direct view LED video wall technology is becoming increasingly popular, due to its ability to deliver seamless images, scalability to any size or shape, and excellent optimal characteristics that make video wall content look great from any angle.”

 

Modern video technology has not only made it possible for us to feel like we’re sitting right there at the stadium for the big game - but at the office, it has also brought us closer to our colleagues & clients, no matter where they are in the world. The meeting rooms of today - whether they be large conference rooms or smaller huddle spaces - have become standard fare for most corporate enterprises…especially those who are building new collaboration solutions. Captus Systems makes it our main mission to stay on top of the latest video technology so we can pass-along the best there is to offer to our clients.

 

According to InfoComm - the Audio-Visual industry’s largest annual technology conference – “When we look back at the 2019 AV market in general and InfoComm 2019 in particular, it could be that we’ll all walk away saying, ‘That was the year of LED.’” And speaking of the best in video screen tech, here are just a few of the recommendations of note from industry experts, as was reported by our friends at Commercial Integrator:

 

Barco

Barco offers a complete range of LED display technology for television studios, control rooms, boardrooms, professional AV installations, & other venues. Barco's wide portfolio includes their X & XT Series of LED displays and tiles, as well as LED processing technology, called Infinipix™

 

LG Business Solutions Curved LED

The fine-pitch direct-view indoor curved LAPE series, uses a specially-designed flexible LED display module that supports true concave and convex curvature for virtually limitless design flexibility. The fine-pitch LAPE series employs proprietary Dynamic Contrast Algorithm technology for a wide range of color and deep contrast.

 

NEC Display UN Series Near Bezel-less 55-inch Panels

A near bezel-less 55-inch that now features enhanced factor color calibration for easy setup and color uniformity. The UN552S and UN552VS feature just 0.44mm inactive area surrounding an anti-glare, high-haze IPS panel designed for seamless multi-screen configurations, ideal for digital signage uses in retail, corporate, and broadcast environments.

 

Planar TVF Complete LED Video Walls

TVF Complete is a line of video wall solutions designed for multiple environments and applications. It is optimized for Full HD and 4K resolutions, coming in 109-inch, 137-inch, 164-inch, and 219-inch sizes. Each model includes LED display cabinets, video controller, cables, wall mounts, trim and spare modules for easier maintenance.

 

Samsung 8K Display

The Samsung 8K display features artificial intelligence that will take a standard signal and utilize machine learning to upscale any signal to 8K. It features quantum processor 8K, quantum HDR24X, and direct full array 16X – concentrated zones of precision-controlled LEDs for ultra-deep blacks and pure whites.

 

 

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