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Prysm at InfoComm 2018: LPD 6K Series Large Format Displays Are Completely Seamless

Showing a 190-inch single panel from its Laser Phosphor Display or LPD 6K Series for digital signage or collaboration, Prysm reinvents video walls at InfoComm 2018.

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At InfoComm 2018, Prysm's Hannah Grap and Dr. Roger Hajjar talk LPD 6K Series.

You know a 190-inch large format display is impressive when the fact that you can roll it up into a 36-inch diameter to transport easily is about the 10th feature you mention. Such was the luxury for Prsym at InfoComm 2018 where its Laser Phosphor Display or LPD 6K Series made its trade show debut.

“We are offering this unique solution of a single panel with touch and overlay with software to do collaboration and so on,” says Dr. Roger Hajjar, chief technology officer and senior VP, Prysm, in a CI video.

And so on, is right.

Prysm LPD 6K Series at InfoComm 2018

“We’re really excited to be showcasing our LPD 6K Series for the first time outside of Prysm walls or customer implementations,” says Hannah Grap, VP of corporate marketing, Prysm, in the video.

“It has a really high fill-factor, high contrast ratio, so it’s a nice solution if a company is looking for digital signage but also ones that want an in-person collaboration experience,” Grap says.

The interactive single panel large format displays Prysm LPD 6K offers a panoramic image uninterrupted by seams or bezels; and targets experience/briefing centers, premium conference rooms and digital signage deployments.

It’s not a video wall, per se. Rather, it’s a large-format, seamless or bezel-less, display that meets high expectations for both digital signage and collaboration applications.

“It has a really high fill-factor, high contrast ratio, so it’s a nice solution if a company is looking for digital signage but also ones that want an in-person collaboration experience,” Grap says.

She adds that, even when viewing from a few inches away the LPD 6K Series maintains a nice visual experience. “You don’t see the fill factor between the pixels. You can see the context of the content that you’re looking at.”

According to Prysm, the LPD 6K Series eliminates challenges related to traditional video walls:

  • Lack of touch options or collaboration experiences in larger sized video walls
  • Poor quality viewing at multiple angles
  • Limited options for installation locations due to being too large to fit in elevators and small corridors

“Some of the things our partners and prospects are really excited about with this technology is the fact that it’s completely bezel free,” Grap says.

She refers to a large format display behind her in the video that’s 190 inches. “We also have a 135-inch version of this.”

Then there’s the unique ability roll up the giant display.

“One of the really neat feature that I think comes as a bit of a surprise to some folks is that the screen behind me is completely rollable,” Grap says. It rolls to as small as 36 inches in diameter. It gives customers an opportunity to install something like this in a premium space without introducing bezels on the 50th floor of a high-rise in the middle of a metropolitan area.”