Barco’s new Unisee LCD Board Brings the Color to InfoComm

MarketScale was on hand for Barco’s latest product demonstration, led by business development manager Corwin Hamm. The new Unisee display product is a tiled LCD video wall that works with the company’s Unisee mount and Unisee Connect, an advanced calibration system.

The product features an 800-nit full HD panel that is completely bezel-less: glass-to-glass and edge-to-edge. In addition, Hamm added, from center to outside edge there is more than 95% uniformity, so the edges seen are extremely small and offer a uniformity unrivaled in the industry. The high quality bright and vibrant wall panels are fan-less and offer 100,000 hours of backlight, designed to run 24/7 with zero maintenance.

Every panel has optical sensors built in with real-time measuring of brightness and color, and every panel is constantly comparing itself to the wall settings and adjusting itself. This autocalibration ability saves time with no need to maintain the wall and its visual quality from outside the product itself.

The InfoComm award-winning design has near limitless applications, but Hamm explained that its target markets are control room settings, large venues, and lobbies. With the Barco Unisee, seeing is not just believing, but being transported visually.

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