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Prysm_logoPrysm Unveils New Tile Display Panel Specifically Designed for Broadcast Environments and Close Proximity Interaction at ISE 2012

Prysm, manufacturers of the revolutionary Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) platform, unveiled a new tile display panel designed specifically for broadcast applications and close proximity interaction, during the 2012 Integrated Systems Europe trade show in Amsterdam from 31st January – 2nd February.

Prysm’s newest display panels were on exhibit during the expo in Booth 9C129, along with the company’s Digital Kiosk, which consists of 10 of Prysm’s 25” TD1 videowall tiles in a 2×5 configuration, featuring the new panel as well as multi-touch and gesture input capabilities.

Roger Hajjar, Prysm’s Founder and Chief Technology Officer, explained:
“LPD is an inherently flexible display technology platform. Our multi-layer approach to panel manufacturing allows us to include materials that deliver optimal image quality on an application specific basis. The new Close Proximity and Broadcast Panels were designed to provide users optimal viewing at arm’s length, stunning image quality and consistent brightness and colour throughout the entire video wall to ensure a uniform, crisp image from any angle and at any level of camera zoom.”

“The Close Proximity Panel has extreme colour temperature settings ranging from as low as 2,400 – 11,000 Kelvin. The range in colour temperature makes Prysm’s newest displays ideal for creating stunning backdrops and live correspondence screens. The panels have been specifically designed for performance in lighting situations used in broadcast studios, as the panels eliminate moiré patterns and ensure skin tones are portrayed accurately and in line with the presenters in the studio.”

Roger continued:
“Aside from our configurable display panels, the LPD technology platform is flexible and able to meet various application needs including brightness, panel size, and panel resolution.  The development of the Close Proximity Panel makes Prysm even more suitable for broadcast, interactive retail and corporate applications.”

Prysm’s LPD solutions break away from traditional display technologies by offering freeform flexibility, long-lasting performance, lifelike, lifesize and HD imagery that captivates audiences in any setting. Built on solid-state lasers that deliver brilliant image quality and the fastest video content, Prysm’s displays provide striking video viewable from 178-degrees. Running off of a standard 110V outlet and using up to 75% less power than traditional backlit or projection technology-based products, Prysm’s displays create high impact brand experiences without the need for special power or cooling infrastructure.

About Prysm:

Prysm, Inc. has invented a new display platform based on the Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) technology that it owns entirely. LPD is a large format display platform that can be organized in any size or shape to support a wide range of complete solutions for a variety of commercial markets. When compared to traditional technologies, LPD offers brilliant life-like and life-size displays which deliver truly immersive experiences, while offering the lowest cost of ownership and meeting the highest standards of environmental impact. Prysm is a privately held company based in Silicon Valley, California with sales offices in New York, San Jose, London and Dubai.

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Source: Prysm

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