One of the many cool stops along AVI-SPL’s Guided Technology Tour at InfoComm 2016 is the Sony booth. In reading the description of what Sony plans to showcase, I noted its reference to “giant canvas technology.”
Curious, I dug a little deeper and found a recent Sony blog post on its new high-end visual display technology. The power behind this display is Crystal LED Integrated Structure (CLEDIS™), which combines ultrafine LEDs into what Sony calls a “unique surface mounting structure.” From that surface, each tiny pixel (just 0.003mm-squared) emits its own light, while the rest of the surface area remains black.
The result is a high-contrast ratio across a wide canvas, and efficient use of light energy. You can combine the individual display units with no bezels to create a seamless, large-scale set of visuals.
Sony is showing this technology to the public for the first time at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas this June 8-10. And you can get a personalized look at it when you sign up for AVI-SPL’s Guided Technology Tour. We’re hosting three tours twice each over the course of the three-day exhibit, and Sony is one of our stops. So click the link above to sign up and see what Sony and a host of other leaders in audio, visual, and collaboration systems have in store for professional organizations of all types.