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A light emitting diode (LED) is a tiny, electronic semiconductor that converts electric energy into visible light. The chemical compound used within an LED determines its color, brightness and power efficiency. Each full color pixel in an LED display is comprised of 1 Red, 1 Blue and 1 Green LED. The combination of these three colors enables the LED to create up to 281 trillion colors in every pixel.

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The distance between each LED pixel is known as the pixel pitch. This distance is measured in millimeters. The smaller the distance between each LED pixel, the more pixels on the display to create the image. This increases the display's resolution allowing for more detail to be seen in the image. This clearer image allows the optimal viewing distance to be shorter.


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RGB Laser uses pure laser technology were Red, Green and Blue lasers deliver the light directly. The product of this technique is an absolutely pure colored light that is split into three channels. The light is emitted in a very narrow band in discrete frequencies. This makes it possible to realize a color space that reaches REC2020 therefore exceeding even that of AdobeRGB.

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Laser Phospher uses an array of laser sources illuminating a microdisplay engine. A blue laser is used for creating the blue color in the final image, but the blue laser is also used to illuminate a yellow phospher wheel, which emits yellow light. This yellow light is then split by a prism or color wheel into green and red light.

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