Display devices have one primary objective or purpose in general and that is to relate information visually to audiences. Display devices have come a long way since the invention of cathode-ray tubes that the world was so used to until the turn of the millennia when LCDs were invented and exploded into the market. LCDs, however, did not enjoy the same long life cycle of cathode ray-based devices and were rapidly replaced by LED devices. Light Emitting Diodes or LEDs are more flexible in terms of application, more durable and cost-effective based on the fact that they consume very little energy. These driving factors resulted in the rapid development of LED technology over the last decade which saw consumers around the globe lapping up ultrahigh definition fine pitch LED displays.
These ultrahigh definition fine pitch LED displays were capable of delivering high precision images and videos due to the small pixel pitch sizes that allowed audiences to view screens at very close distances without distortion. This extraordinary viewing experience due to extraordinary image quality and precise colours minus the pixilation made HDR technology the cornerstone of the ‘display focused’ industries. This article will thoroughly examine the world of ‘fine pitch LED displays’ from both a technical and the practicality of these products which seem to conform to every notion of a modern-day display unit.