Samsung unveils The Wall Professional and world’s first 3D LED HDR cinema screen

posted on Tuesday, 6th February 2018 by Steve May

ISE 2018  Digital signage  4K  HDR 

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Samsung has unveiled The Wall Professional, at ISE 2018. The modular, large-format indoor MicroLED display is the centrepiece of Samsung’s next-generation commercial display booth, which also includes a 3D Cinema LED screen. At the recent CES in Las Vegas, Samsung introduced The Wall as a potential residential display technology, but it was always clear that this was a natural Pro AV proposition.

The Wall Professional’s modular design allows for custom configurations beyond or below its 146-inch size standard. Installers can add or remove unlimited LED screens to and from The Wall Professional as required. Self-emitting MicroLED pixel modules produce exceptionally bright images without the need of colour filters or backlight. Peak brightness is 1,600nit, with “a near infinite contrast ratio.”

“By upgrading to powerful LED displays that blend into all professional environments without space or size restrictions, businesses can deliver a next-level content experience that captivates audiences and ultimately translates to significant growth,” says Seog-gi Kim, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business. “The Wall Professional is just one component of our broad ISE 2018 lineup that offers futuristic solutions to emerging operational challenges, and we look forward to sharing our vision for what’s next with our customers, partners and peers at this one-of-a-kind pro AV and electronics forum.”

The Wall Professional is designed for use with Samsung’s MagicInfo content management platform. MagicInfo allows users tocreate, schedule and present content across a single Wall Professional display or Wall Professional display network.

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Visitors to ISE will also the debut of Samsung’s first 3D Cinema HDR LED screen (pictured above). This 3D iteration builds upon Samsung’s original Cinema LED screen mode, introduced in March 2017.

The company is also showing a new range of Intelligent UHD signage at ISE, in the shape of the QM (450nit brightness) and QB Series (350nit brightness) displays. Both feature an Optimal Colour Mode also intuitively adjusts picture quality to match usage and visibility trends.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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