- Pixel density
Through spatial multiplexing technology we can achieve a pixel-density that would be impossible with static LED-displays. Using the brightest LEDs for outdoor operations we reach a pixel density of 5 ppi. For indoor use we reach up to 36 ppi for Full-HD panels, specially designed for advertising on trade fairs.
Using the latest LED technology, we are able to display images a lot brighter than ordinary advertising screens could. Depending on configuration even distribution of light is possible that can still be perceived in direct sunlight.
With our modular design concept, we are able to change the size of the screen easily. Depending on the configuration of the mechanical base, screen sizes up to 10 m2 with a resolution up to several mega pixels are possible.
Seeing a stable image is possible because the human eye has a maximum time resolution of about 1/24 of a second, meaning that incident light affects the eyes retina until shortly after it occurred. This effect is called “Persistence of Vision” (POV). If pictures appear faster than every 1/24th of a second our brain cannot see them individually but combines them to one continuous movement.