Chances are even if you’ve never heard of LED, you’ve seen it in one form or another. It’s the display technology of choice for large format, outdoor, and high ambient light environments. Stadium scoreboards, marquees, digital billboards, large displays in airports, and every display found in Times Square utilize this type of display technology. But that’s not its only use. With higher resolution panels on the market, this tech has quickly made its way throughout corporate environments being used for boardrooms, conference rooms, command & control, lobbies, cafeterias, and other public spaces.
We love LED for installations because of its versatility for use in communication, creative use, and outdoors in direct sunlight.
Communication: The continued development of LED tech means a better resolution to each individual panel. This means smaller-sized walls are capable of providing true HD resolutions, while the lower pixel pitch shortens the minimum viewing distance required between the audience and the display.
Creative Use: Panel construction means LED can be used for much more than just creating a rectangular display for presentation playback. Architectural use of LED is increasingly more common to transform environments by providing unique visual canvasses for content.
Outdoor: When it comes to matching applications to technology, this is one of the best. Why should you love this match up? When it comes to the challenges presented by the sun and weather, most AV solutions cannot compete with mother nature. LED video walls, on the other hand, are in a separate league than their AV counterparts. Outdoor LED can handle direct sun, extreme cold, extreme heat, rain, or wind.