A massive modular MicroLED display and enhanced 3D Cinema LED technology highlight Samsung Electronics' ISE 2018 booth showcase.
The business-ready variation of the consumer display Samsung showed during CES, 'The Wall Professional' allows for customized configurations beyond or below its 146-inch size standard. Users can add or remove unlimited LED screens to and from 'The Wall Professional' without impacting performance or presentation quality. The display's self-emitting MicroLED pixel modules produce imagery free of color filters or backlighting and envelop viewers through elevated peak brightness (up to 1,600nit) and a near infinite contrast ratio. Within MagicInfo, users can create, schedule and deploy content across a single Wall Professional display or Wall Professional display network from any location.
ISE 2018 attendees will be the first to see the next evolution of Samsung's cinema display technology with the debut of the first 3D Cinema LED screen. This enhanced display maintains consistent brightness to deliver subtitle text, images and even minor visual details with accuracy, even while viewers wear 3D glasses. Unlike standard 3D cinemas with more limited visual reach, the Samsung 3D Cinema LED screen delivers these benefits throughout the entire theater.
Samsung's new QM (450nit brightness) and QB Series (350nit brightness) Intelligent UHD displays feature integrated conversion engine that automatically upgrades FHD materials to UHD quality. The Intelligent UHD displays' Optimal Color Mode also adjusts picture quality to match usage and visibility trends.
The QM and QB Series displays also simplify the content delivery and maintenance processes for various forms of implementation. Each enclosed, wall-mounted Intelligent UHD display provides a centralized infrared receiver (Center IR) for control and management. For added durability, the Intelligent UHD displays also undergo IP5x certification to maintain performance even when exposed to dust, dirt and other potentially hazardous environmental variables.
Samsung's fine pixel-pitch IF-D Series LED Signage support HDR picture refinement. This elevates peak brightness levels (2,400nit) and initiates scene-by-scene gradation and optimization through Scene Adaptive HDR technology.
For additional eye-catching impact, businesses can configure the IF-D Series LED displays in a range of traditional and unconventional formats.
Fresh off a debut at CES 2018, Samsung will also formally introduce its Samsung Flip interactive digital flip chart to the European market at ISE 2018. The Samsung Flip centralizes and expands collaborative capabilities within any business environment.