SiliconCore has revealed the highest resolution LED display ever manufactured, the Lavender 1.2mm, at this year's edition of Infocomm MEA. The groundbreaking display advances the application uses of LED by achieving Full HD at just 110”.
The company is the first to achieve this pixel pitch, which enhances close proximity viewing within corporate, broadcast, command and control and simulation, all at a fraction of the power consumption of traditional displays. The Lavender 1.2mm is being displayed alongside the Magnolia 1.50mm at InfoComm, both of which use Common Cathode Technology, replacing the traditional Common Anode approach.
The Common Cathode Technology design is a much more efficient at generating a given brightness for a given amount of power, ensuring that less power is wasted as heat, reducing power consumption and increasing the lifespan of the display.
Eric Li, president and CEO of SiliconCore says: “We're introducing the latest Lavender 1.2mm, with touch panel. It's the first time we have launched it in the world. We have been working towards this product for several years, with the Orchid 1.9mm and Magnolia 1.50mm pioneering the way for its development. With a close proximity viewing distance of less than one metre, LED is now operating in the same space as existing large format display technologies. The display also comes with the additional benefit of being scalable for any size or shape application and due to the nature of LED is truly seamless.”
Li continues: "I think the Middle East market is very good for us, especially for control and command, and big corporate lobbies, general AV application - they love the high resolution screens. [At InfoComm] we want to showcase our latest technology to our customers in the region, and show our commitment by bringing new technology here first - this region is very important to us. At the moment, we are focused more on distribution and integrated networks here in the Dubai/Abu Dhabi area, though we may eventually open our own office here in the future."