ISE 2018 in Amsterdam is billed as “the largest AV and systems integration show in the world.” So, it’s logical that it serves as the launchpad for two new Samsung display products: 3D Cinema LED and The Wall Professional. Both products use direct-emitting LEDs and a modular architecture.
A few months ago I had a chance to experience the first public installation of Samsung’s Cinema LED screen. It’s a 4K cinema screen that uses direct-emitting LEDs instead of relying on a projector. Now, Samsung has added 3D capability to the technology. A primary advantage of Cinema LED when it comes to 3D is that the screen can get much brighter than it is possible with a projector, which means that viewers will be able to enjoy 3D movies that look as bright as 2D movies.
Samsung claims that 3D Cinema LED provides an enhanced 3D viewing experience regardless of where you are seated in the theater. The company is demonstrating this technology at ISE 2018.
The Wall is a 146” 4K display based on micro-LEDs. It was unveiled at CES 2018 to much fanfare and it looked spectacular. The Wall Professional takes the same modular tiles used in The Wall and expands on the concept by demonstrating how the same tiles can be used to create displays of various sizes, with wide viewing angles and 1600-nit peak brightness.
“The Wall Professional builds upon its consumer counterpart with the integration of Samsung’s MagicInfo content management platform. Within MagicInfo, users can create, schedule and deploy content across a single Wall Professional display or Wall Professional display network from any location. The platform also provides complete display performance visibility for immediate error detection and troubleshooting.” – Samsung
ISE 2018 attendees can check out The Wall Professional at Samsung’s booth (4-S100).