LG Debuts Bespoke Line of Virtual, XR Production LEDs

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LG Business Solutions has launched LG Studio Series DVLED, a new family of giant-screen displays that offer production studios, broadcasters and corporate marketing departments unprecedented opportunities to create professional-grade content using life-sized virtual production stages for on-camera color and clarity.

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Featuring various MicroLED models with genlock technology, brightness capabilities up to 5,000 nits and pixel pitches as small as 0.9mm, each of the 10 unique DVLED lines in the Studio Series are specially designed for use as digital walls and floors in virtual production applications. Each DVLED model uses magnet and click-in features to simplify installation while offering custom sizing and resolutions. The series features multiple models that utilize webOS, Megapixel VR HELIOS or Brompton SX40 controllers to satisfy all preferences and needs.

Studios that favor the Megapixel VR HELIOS controller have several models to choose from, starting with the LBAG flexible model that offers a curveable staging-type MicroLED display with a fine 1.5mm pixel pitch, true black, HDR10, DCI-P3 color and 1,500 nits of brightness. The ability to curve the display around a stage enables the use of unique camera angles and can help on-screen talent by providing a more immersive environment. LBAG displays can support nearly any size, shape or resolution needed for the production.

A virtual production studio with curved LED walls

Other Megapixel VR-based models include the LBCG staging-type version featuring a 2.6mm pixel pitch and 1,500 nits of brightness. The LFCM brings a 3.8mm pixel pitch, and 3000 nits of brightness to add floor visuals to the virtual production stage. For close up needs, the MAGNIT Pro LSAP fixed-type COB display features a 0.9mm pixel pitch, 600 nits of brightness, multiple layers of coated film that enhance durability and LG’s black coating technology ensuring excellent results without visible pixelation. There are also remote power options available for this fixed-type COB display. For outdoor applications, the GSCE model delivers an impressive 5,000 nits of brightness and is IP65 certified.

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Studios desiring a Brompton SX40-based display have the LBCJ, a staging-type 2.6mm pixel pitch unit with 1500 nits of brightness, front and rear serviceability and the ability to create faceted curve displays. The LFCL model features an extra strong design that makes it the ideal choice for creating a virtual floor, offering 3,000 nits of brightness and a 3.9mm pixel pitch. The LBCK ceiling LED model boasts 5,000 nits of brightness, enabling it to be used for alternative lightings in XR and virtual production.

The same DVLED products are available with LG’s powerful webOS controller as well, including a curvable model and pixel pitches ranging from 0.9mm to 3.9mm.