A video wall tile that uses patented laser phosphor display (LPD) technology for set backdrops and live correspondence.
What does it do? The screens offer a viewing angle of almost 180 degrees, so the images can be clearly seen from different angles. LPD ensures a colour uniformity that remains consistent between panels, while colour temperatures range from 11,000K to 2,700K.
How does it work? Solid-state semiconductor lasers scan the surface of the screen to excite the phosphors and create the picture.
When is it available? The TD1 Prysm tile is in use on the new Mad Money set on CNBC New York and is available now in the UK from Prysm distributor PSCo.
How do I find out more? www.psco.co.uk