At InfoComm ’19 SiliconCore unveiled 0.83 Lotus
SiliconCore Technology, innovator in LED displays and creator of patented Common Cathode technology announced another breakthrough with its highest resolution and brightest display ever at Infocomm 2019 in Orlando, Florida, United States.
The Lotus 0.83mm LED display is the result of five years of research and development, and the first product combining all of SiliconCore’s cutting edge technologies delivering displays with fidelity, brightness, efficiency and endurance. Based on its revolutionary driver chip, this display represents a giant step forward in large format display manufacturing.
SiliconCore LED displays are well known for having the lowest power consumption, highest brightness, and lowest operating temperatures in the industry. At 2000 nits, the Lotus 0.83mm display surpasses the market with the brightest and most efficient sub-1mm pitch LED display in the world, consuming up to 50% less power compared to similar displays of its kind.
It features SiliconCore’s latest innovation, LISA – a proprietary encapsulation process that guards the high density LEDs and ensures color uniformity and a long lifetime. Its cool surface is dust and water resistant which makes it very durable and suitable for touch and custom install applications, with a very close viewing distance.
Eric Li, SiliconCore’s CEO, comments:
“This new Lotus 0.83mm display is a huge achievement for the SiliconCore innovation teams and delivers a viable, high resolution LED display to the market for the first time. We are once again raising the bar for the industry and for the first time we will be licensing our technologies so that we can work with the best in the industry to continue to push the boundaries of what is possible.”
A 4K resolution display can now be achieved at 144” with a smooth, touchable surface. This makes the technology perfect for a variety of environments including board rooms and meeting spaces, design centers, lobbies, home theatres, visualization applications and control rooms.
The display has excellent HDR performance with a visible 16 bit grayscale using SiliconCore’s Z.A.C.H. driver chip. This technology allows for better color fidelity in low brightness with more detail for black and low grey scale content.
The Lotus 0.83mm is manufactured in Taiwan at the company’s facility and was designed by SiliconCore’s US and Taiwan based research and development teams building upon its patented technologies. The mass production of this display will start in Q3, 2019.
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