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Old 03-30-2017, 01:16 AM   #1
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CinemaCon is the annual trade show for the commercial-cinema industry held each Spring in Las Vegas, NV. This year, Samsung chose the confab to unveil its new Cinema Screen, a tiled display technology that uses tiny red, green, and blue LEDs to form the pixels. This is very similar to Sony’s CLEDIS (Crystal LED Integrated Structure), which was shown at CES last January

The Cinema Screen being demonstrated at CinemaCon measures 34 feet, which I presume is the width, but it isn’t specified in the press release. The resolution is 40962160, resulting in an aspect ratio of nearly 1.9:1 (assuming the pixels are square). It’s fully capable of reproducing high dynamic-range (HDR) content with a peak brightness of 146 foot-lamberts (500 nits). That’s more than 10 times the DCI (Digital Cinema Initiative) spec of 14 fL and almost five times the peak brightness of Dolby Vision in a commercial setting (31 fL). Sure, it’s “only” half the peak brightness of many HDR TVs, but we’re talking about a 34-foot screen here!

Few other technical details are revealed in the press release, which you can read here. The release does say, “Complementary ultra-contrast and low tone grayscale settings enable the screen to showcase both brightest colors and the deepest blacks at a nearly infinity:1 contrast ratio.” In addition, the Cinema Screen is said to exceed DCI specifications, with improved uniformity and no optical distortion compared with projected images. It is currently undergoing the DCI certification process, and it recently completed compliance testing at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan.
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Samsung Looks To Bring Bright LED Screen Experience To Movie Theaters

Samsung is taking its reputation as one of the world’s leading developers of big-screen picture quality outside the home and into the movie theater with new large-format Cinema LED screen for professional exhibitors.

The company recently embarked on a crusade to bring the self-emissive flat-panel technology to 33.8-foot screens with 4K (4,096 x 2,160p) resolution, to theaters around the world, like those installed in the Lotte Cinema World Tower theater in Seoul, South Korea

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