eyevis is showing its new narrow-pitch LED videowall modules for the first time at IBC2013.
With a pixel pitch of 1.5mm and 2mm the new LED modules are intended for use in large-screen indoor public information displays, for example at railway stations and airports, sports arenas, events and presentations. These high-resolution modules are suitable for large-screen representations of detailed computer graphics and dynamic video sources for professional use. They are said to offer high brightness, brilliant colours, flexibility and good durability.
eyevis says that the LEDs offer perfect visibility of content even in bright ambient light conditions, for instance in showrooms with incident daylight. This is due to a brightness of up to 2,000cd/sqm (on the 1.5 mm model), 16-bit colour depth and a refresh rate of 2,500 Hz. Calibration also guarantees long-term stability of brightness and colour representation. The extremely high viewing angle of up to 180° also makes them suitable for broadcasters.
The modules can be installed in seamless videowalls. With pixel densities of 444,444px/sqm (1.5mm) and 250,000px/sqm (2mm) it is possible to display full HD signals in native resolution even on smaller video wall surfaces.
Because of their highly modular nature, the products are also suitable for mobile videowalls at events, where they can be installed upright or hanging, and a concave wall is also possible.
The modules are pictured here on the company’s stand with eyevis’ Martin Wagner.