Transparent LED screens account for about 5% of all LED displays and use various technologies; grid screen, film (crystal) screen, glass screen and others. However, according to Muxwave these have limitations, such as structure (too many keels in the middle of the screen), display (insufficient brightness, sparse pixels, horizontal or vertical cutting), and after-sales maintenance difficulties (bad points affecting the whole module, needing to be returned to the factory, etc), “which means it is unable to expand market share”.
After several years of R&D, Muxwave claims to have solved those “pain points” thanks to new chip designs and product structure, and says it has “truly achieved the coexistence of display effect and transparency”.
Its latest transparent and holographic LED displays are already being used in commercial windows, as curtain walls or creative displays, in entertainment, exhibition centres, airports and luxury stores.
There are three transparent models and two holographic, all weighing no more than 6kg per square metre. The modules can be bent, cut and used flexibly, with a screen less than 1.7mm thin (2mm holographic), useful for seamless curved surface mounting. Its chips have the lamp and driver in one cell, and each LED is a power source, making control more accurate, wiring simpler and heat dissipation more uniform.
Stand number: 3T830