Prysm Makes InfoComm Debut: First System to Challenge Christie’s MicroTiles

At InfoComm last month, Prysm, Inc. launched the industry’s first real challenge to Christie’s MicroTiles technology, powered by its proprietary technology, Laser Phosphor Display (LPD).

Although larger than the MicroTiles, the Prysm solution is similar in that they are also “building block” style displays that can be stacked in a wide variety of sizes and shapes to form a display image. Using a 25” diagonal (4:3) tile as the foundation, designers, integrators and architects can build displays into a variety of sizes to meet the individual needs of each application. According to Prysm, they LPD blocks feature a viewing angle of nearly 180 degrees in both the horizontal and vertical planes. Each block has a brightness spec of 800nits, an optical seam of .25mm and a refresh rate of 240Hz. Powered by LPD’s solid-state components, the display solution offers what Prysm calls “an internal health monitor and auto-calibration system” for 24/7 continuous operation and stable performance over the life of the application.

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