Sony to install a 16K 19 meters long Cledis microled display at Shiseido's Yokohama R&D center

Sony is set to install the world's largest micro-LED display - 16K (15360x4320) 19.2 x 5.4 meters "CLEDIS" panel that was installed at Shiseido new research center in Yokohama, Japan.

Sony 16K 5x19 meter Cledis microled display at Shiseido, Yokohama photo

Sony is also creating its own 16K content specifically for this display, using a method it call “demosaicing” to create “quad ultra-high definition” footage.

Sony's Crystal-LED (CLEDIS) displays are made from tiled 320 x 360 modules (403 x 453 mm in size). These are bulky modules, each 10Kg in weight and 100 mm thick. The tiled displays are completely seamless.

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Posted: Apr 11,2019 by Ron Mertens

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Ambitious Man (not verified)

it's 16K x 4K. check my source in Japanese: http://www.sonybsc.com/sbsc/press/2019/20190402.html

Fri, 04/12/2019 - 12:18 Permalink
tarsius (not verified)

Isn't it 15360 x 4320 instead of 15360 x 3840?

15360 / 320 = 48

4320 / 360 = 12 (instead of 3840 / 360 = 10+2/3)

That means 48 x 12 tiled modules.

Also 15360 / 4320 = 19.2 / 5.4 = 32 / 9

Thu, 05/09/2019 - 13:12 Permalink