Tiled Displays


AUO’s Showcasing Advanced Tiled ALED Displays

by Artem Alekseenko

Also at Touch Taiwan 2023, AUO plans to unveil the 49-inch Ultra-wide 5K 360Hz curved gaming display, designed specifically for real-time strategy (RTS) gamers.

Tags:ALED Displays| AUO| Home Cinema| Tiled Displays

Samsung Requests AUO to Develop 12.7-inch TFT for MicroLED

by Bob Raikes

What They Say There was a very interesting article in The Elec today that highlighted Samsung’s plans to try to use 12.7″ LTPS modules from AUO for its 89″, 101″ and 114″ microLED TVs …

Tags:AUO| MicroLED| Samsung| Tiled Displays

Displays for Christmas

by Matthew Brennesholtz

In New York, everyone decorates for the Christmas holidays. Stores, libraries, homes, office buildings, etc. And, of course, public spaces, perhaps the most famous of which is Rockefeller Center, with its Christmas tree that …

Tags:Digital Signage| Tiled Displays| Virtual Reality

New Tech Promises Live VR QoE

by Bob Raikes

NBC did a lot of work to cover the Olympics, including support for VR viewing. However, those that tried the technology seem to have been widely unimpressed, although the slow pace of curling seemed …

Tags:Mobile Display Monitor| Sports and Stadiums| Tiled Displays| Virtual Reality| Vol 25 - Issue 12

The Giant Head: “As We Are”

by Matthew Brennesholtz

At the Greater Columbus Convention Center, local artist and professor at the Columbus College of Art and Design, Matthew Mohr has created a 14’ (4.3M) giant head using 14 LED ribbons. GCCC visitors have …

Tags:Back Panel| Large Display Monitor| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| Tiled Displays| USA| Video Walls| Vol 24 - Issue 48

Barco Introduces UniSee Videowall System

by Matthew Brennesholtz

On October 24th, Barco introduced a new LCD videowall system it calls UniSee. According to Barco, this system is “revolutionizing the LCD video wall experience.” This bit of marketing hyperbole may not, actually, be …

Tags:Barco| Large Display Monitor| Tiled Displays| Video Walls| Vol 24 - Issue 40

Cledis and Laser Projectors from Sony

by Matthew Brennesholtz

The centerpiece of the Sony booth at ISE was its Cledis (Crystal LED Integrated Structure) big-screen display system, which was shown at ISE for the first time. It has been shown at multiple venues …

Tags:ISE 2017| Large Display Monitor| Laser Phosphor Projectors| sony| Tiled Displays| Video Walls| Vol 24 - Issue 06

Transparent LED Displays from GWS

by Matthew Brennesholtz

GWS Displays in Shenzhen, China is a company that is not well known to Display Daily readers – there are no hits on “GWS” for either free or subscriber-only news on the Display Daily …

Tags:large displays| LED| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| Tiled Displays| Transparent Displays| Vol 23 - Issue 51

IAdea Stitches Video in China’s ‘New Manhattan’

by Tom Allen

IAdea’s AnyTiles video wall engine is being used in a 10m-wide installation in the Shanghai Hongqiao Commercial Business District, in China. 36 narrow-bezel LCD displays are being used in a 4 x 9 configuration …

Tags:China| DOOH| Large Display Monitor| Media Players| Tiled Displays| Video Wall Processors| Video Walls| Vol 23 - Issue 18

AG Neovo Shares Content With DLNA

by Tom Allen

Designed for public spaces, AG Neovo’s 54.6″ PN-55D is a super-narrow bezel display, with a pixel-to-pixel distance of 3.5mm. Featuring DLNA compliance, the PN-55D can share content with other DLNA devices across a LAN …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| Portrait Orientation| Tiled Displays| Video Walls| Vol 23 - Issue 12

Tiled Displays: Rear Projection vs LCD

by Matthew Brennesholtz

When was the last time you saw a rear-projection television? For me, it was a week or so ago when my neighbor hauled his out of his house to the recycling yard. He replaced …

Tags:Infocomm 2015| LG Electronics (LGE)| Mitsubishi| Tiled Displays| Vol 22 - Issue 27