Sony’s Canvas display system is re-defining the landscape for large-scale visual entertainment. The system features 99% black surface area for high contrast, high resolution, and immersive visuals. The technology, Crystal LED Integrated Structure (CLEDIS), uses Sony’s ultra-fine LEDs in a unique surface mounting structure as its light source. This new type of canvas enables limitless flexibility and creativity in public spaces and high end visual entertainment. The scalable system is made up of multiple display units (each measuring 18 x 16in.) that can be joined together with no bezels to create a limitless and seamless large-screen display. The canvas also features Sony’s pixel drive circuitry, to achieve fast video response with a frame rate of 120fps. The technology has a viewing angle of nearly 180 degrees, with corner-to-corner image uniformity in terms of brightness and color, even on a large screen.
Miles Ewell and Vox Media Expand Their Arsenal of Tools from Focusrite
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Atomos to record 4Kp60 ProRes RAW over HDMI from Sony’s Alpha 7S III
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Blackmagic Design Announces New Blackmagic Video Assist 3G
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White Train Entertainment Uplifts Crossroads Community Church with QSC Line Array
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New H.266 codec uses half the data to stream 4K video
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