Sony's CLEDIS. The video wall you want, but can't afford
This is Cledis.
It's Sony's video wall but you want but you'll never be able to afford.
Now Cledis stands for crystal LED integrated system.
This is a 32 by 9 foot wall.
It has a resolution of 8 kilobytes 2K And it's made up of 144 modules that measure roughly 18 by 16 inches.
And think of this like the lego of displays.
You can assemble as many as you want with an image as large as you want.
Now there's a 180-degree viewing angle.
The brightness level measures from one to 1,000.
And each of these Crystal LEDs on each pixel has just three microns.
Over 99% of this pixel is actually just black.
You won't see the [INAUDIBLE] that is the only display that can claim that.
The panels are also so small that the image quality is consistent.
Now, these will be available for really industrial use.
You might see them At conventions like CES or at a sporting arena.
They'll be available just before summer.
And this is a production model and not a prototype.
And there you have it, Sony's CLEDIS display.
Come on, CLETIS.
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