Sharp display cube
Sharp’s gigantic display cube on display at ISE

01 Feb 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

If you’re in Amsterdam at the moment you should visit the ISE exhibition and Sharp’s booth. Sharp will be putting on an impressive presentation with their new PN-V601 series thin-bezel displays. With 64 sixty-inch monitors installed in a cube Sharp is creating an authentic three-dimensional space in which spectators appear to be pulled in.

Sharp picture cube

Sharp’s appearance at the ISE will create an immersive experience - literally. Connected to one another by their extremely narrow frames, the 64 Sharp PN-V601 thin-bezel displays will be presenting inspiring images, inviting trade show visitors to immerse themselves in the world of visuals. See the “picture cube” below.

Sharp’s picture cube
A look inside Sharp’s picture cube

- ‘With their narrow housing seams of just 6.5 mm, the 60-inch LCD monitors provide optimum conditions for high-grade video installations which are truly special. With a brightness of 700 cd/m2 and full-screen LED backlighting, the displays make for razor-sharp images with vivid colours. They can be installed in both landscape and portrait formats’, explains Peter Heins, Sharp.

Another highlight at the ISE is Sharp’s new professional PN-L601B series of LCD displays with touch-screen function and LED backlighting.

Sharp’s new display technologies will be unveiled at the ISE 2011 exhibition at Sharp’s booth E66 in hall 11. Hopefully we will soon see these thin bezel panels in consumer TVs.

- Source: Sharp

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