LED LAMP / COLOR GAMUT / HDR / RC
There are plenty of LED brands on the LED
display market. When choosing the LED lamp
brands few parameters are very important to
take into account if we want to achieve a
Virtual Production or XR studio LED screen
This particular parameter counts for more than 30% of the total price of the LED screen so it’s capital to consult a specialist that can best advise you. We recommend
We would recommend on our premium product level:
Nationstar: Pitch under 2mm: Series: FCB 1010, 1212 For pitch above 2mm Series: RS1515 , SMD2121 Full black (NH-R1515) Copper Wired
Kinglight: From pitch 1.2mm to 2.5mm: Series 1010-P3 / From pitch 2.5 = 2020P3
Top1515: From pitch 1.2mm to 2.5mm Top1010
Multicolor Pitch 1.5mm MC-M4115BBX-V1.01(Pitch: 1.56)
Darklight technology: MCF-1010H-C00 Micropro
LANKE Black encapsulation SMD 1515
DSBJ for pitch above 2.5mm SMD 2121
We recommend a product with black base, black and matt packaging, high contrast , and non-mirror reflection. Featured with good reliability, long lifespan ,wide viewing angle.
what is Color Gamut
The color gamut describes a range of color within the spectrum of colors that are identifiable by the human eye (visible color spectrum). Since most displays are limited in the colors that they can produce, each device will also follow one or more color standards that define its specific color gamut. First we must understand how color gamut is depicted on a technical level. Presented as a triangle on an XYZ axis, the Y refers to the maximum color luminance possible within the gamut, while the X and Z points indicate the complete range of chromaticities — a color’s hue and colorfulness. When all is said and done, the final result perfectly reflects a color gamut’s range of capabilities
Which frameworks set the standard for color production?
The answer lies in color standards, which relate directly to standardized color gamuts. With that in mind, common color standards include:
Color gamut is directly linked to the chosen LED lamp series you get so before buying the LED lamps, make sure to create a sample and test it to ensure it can reach the color gamut standard required.
Here is an example of the Color gamut coming from Nationstar NH series that can reach 93% of the DCI-P3.
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and refers to the contrast (or the difference) between the brightest and darkest parts of an image.
The idea is that your eyes can perceive whites that are brighter and blacks that are darker than traditional SDR TVs had been able to display. HDR content preserves details in the darkest and brightest areas of a picture, details that are often lost using old imaging standards such as Rec.709.
HDR10 is the standardized version of format that TVs and content are required to support.
The pursuit of High Dynamic Range (HDR) is the dream of getting closer to the Human Visual System (HVS) in all that we experience as viewers.
HDR technology increases the dynamic range of display image quality by nearly 5 times and the gray scale by 4 times to 10-bits. The color is fuller, the image quality is more exquisite, and the image is more realistic.
Compared with SDR
Compared with SDR 1080P technology, HDR has a larger image resolution: UHD 4K; Wider color gamut: BT2020, the same picture can present more color information and more details
What can HDR do for you ?
Increased contrast and Luminance rangesExpanded range between darkest and lightest parts of image allows for a greater level of contrast.
Subtle shadingSubtle shading makes the scene look more detailed and realistic.
Broadened color spectrumWider and finer color spectrum allows for smoother color gradation.
HDR High Dynamic RangExpanded range between darkest and lightest parts of image allows for a greater level of contrast.
A wider and finer color spectrum allows for smoother color gradation
Image comes closer to what the human eye can see, allowing the picture to pull the viewers into the scene
Subtle shading makes the scene look more detailed and realistic.
Achieving HDR / What makes HDR
Realizing HDR≥1000nits LED // ≤400nits LCD High brightness: LED display
HDR Solution with NovastarMCTRL4K controller with A8s or A10s receiving card Supports HDR10
Virtual Production LED screen displays require specific functions in terms of color management, grayscale, contrast etc. After multiple testing, we have hand selected 2 control systems for their reliability and performances in terms of control of the color and quality image.
We suggest working with Novastar Armor series or Tessera R2 from Brompton. Here we will focus mainly on the Novastar product as it’s more cost effective. Please feel free to contact us if you would like more info on Brompton control system.
22-bit+Even the finest details are visible in the darkness allowing you to see every individual feather. Next-generation 22-bit+ technology allows for 64 times dynamic contrast improvement, with 0.001nits precision control of brightness, providing a fine and vivid display image even in low brightness conditions.
RGB independent gammaadjustment – Supports individual adjustment of red Gamma, green Gamma and blue Gamma. This effectively controls image non-uniformity under low grayscale and white balance offset, allowing for a more
Ultimate precision. Ultimate detail. Regardless of how close you zoom in Precise Grayscale for driver IC, using professional optical instruments allows for a more accurate and natural image, improving color casting in low brightness conditions. Accurate 16-bit 65536 grade grayscale calibration for driver IC by using professional optical instruments.
HDR10-Optima & HLG Display– the world as it was meant to be seen. Working with the independent controller that supports the HDR function, the receiving card can reproduce the original brightness range and color space of the video source, allowing for a more lifelike image.
Color management–Astonishing representation of natural color that immerses you in the image. Intelligent color management allows for a perfect match between the display’s color gamut and that of the source video. This eliminates color deviation, especially the common issue with reddish skin color. This adherence to the original intended color allows the natural beauty of the original source video to shine. One-click restoration of real color, and intelligent evaluation of color accuracy.
Free RotationWorking with the independent controller which supports the HDR function, the receiving card can reproduce the original brightness range and color space of the video source, allowing for a more lifelike image. Image booster can effectively
Allowing viewers to see the subtleties of a visual.
This feature requires A8s/A10s Plus feature Nova Image Booster Engine.When paired with the MCTRL4K ultra-high loading capacity independent controller, it enables and unfolds an amazing visual which fully utilizes the power of HDR.
When replacing a module with flash memory, the calibration coefficients stored in the flash memory can be automatically uploaded to the new module’s receiving card when first switched on.
The calibration coefficients are stored in the application area and factory area of the receiving card at the same time. Users usually use the calibration coefficients in the application area, but, if necessary, users can restore the calibration coefficients in the factory area to the application area.
The RCFG configuration file can be restored to factory settings with the press of a single key. With this feature, clients no longer need to make a phone call to request configuration files.
Armor cards have the capability to automatically learn the firmware. This allows an Armor card to copy the firmware from any operational receiving card, an extremely convenient feature.
With its small form factor, Armor makes dual-card backup easy. The same space that would be occupied by a single card can be utilized by two Armor receiving cards to achieve dual-card backup. Even if one of the cards fails, the display will remain normal.
Monitor screen status without a monitoring card.
A microprocessor (MCU) is added on each module to receive information including module temperature and voltage, pixel error detection, and calibration coefficient.