CGW has officially announced SiliconCore Technology
1.9mm XR LED Display
as a recipient of the CGW Silver Edge Award (NAB 2023).
Selected by CGW's editorial team, the annual Silver Edge Awards recognize the most innovative and impressive technologies on display at the NAB Show. These best-of-show selections demonstrate remarkable advancements in the field of computer graphics.
About SiliconCore Technology’s 1.9mm XR LED Display
SiliconCore Technology unveiled a 1.9mm XR LED Display for broadcast and virtual production at NAB 2023. This fine pixel pitch display features proprietary technologies from SiliconCore to ensure superior performance, including frame rates of 240Hz and increased durability. The display can also be used as a studio floor to create the highest-resolution immersive production spaces possible.
SiliconCore’s patented Common Cathode driver chip technologies include fast clock speeds to enable frame rates of 240Hz and refresh rate of 7680Hz with color gamut of DCI-P3 ≥ 95% and BT.2020 ≥ 85%, delivering uniform color, defined images, with less motion blur, for excellent camera viewing. These displays are ideal for slow-motion cinematography and building active 3D environments. In addition, the high brightness at 2000 nits and low greyscale performance produces a high dynamic range that takes full advantage of scenes requiring both bright and dark imagery simultaneously.
As the only LED manufacturer designing its own driver chips, SiliconCore is uniquely positioned to maximize the efficiency and performance of each pixel. The high brightness, high contrast, 180-degree viewing angle, coupled with cool operating temperatures, lead to a longer lifespan for optimal ROI in production environments where operating cost is crucial. SiliconCore’s patented Common Cathode driver technology provides a power reduction of 20-40%, leading to significantly reduced operating costs.
With advancements in floor resolutions, SiliconCore’s proprietary LISA technology ensures durability that doesn’t require a separate overlay. The encapsulation occurs directly on the PCB, increasing strength while maintaining the LEDs' beneficial characteristics and modular serviceability. The low-reflective, water-resistant surface can handle loads of up to 2000 kilograms per square meter.