Much like Samsung’s Cinema LED (Onyx) system, Sony’s Crystal LED tech makes use of micro-LED modules, every 16×18 inches in dimension at 360 x 360 decision with three tiny LEDs for every pixel. The expertise works like OLED, but is way brighter, permitting for very excessive 1,000 nit brightness, 10-bits of grayscale, very correct coloration replica (140 % of sRGB) and “spectacular” 3D, as Sony described it.
By placing collectively modules, you may create screens with completely different sizes and resolutions. Sony will supply it any approach you need, but some pattern configurations embody 1080p with 18 modules at eight toes x four toes, 4K dimension at 16 toes vast (72 modules), 8K at 32 toes x 18 toes (288 modules) and 16Ok and 63 toes x 18 toes (576 modules).
It sounds a bit like placing collectively Lego, besides that every “block” reportedly prices round $10,000. That means the 4K display would run round $720,000, whereas the 16Ok unit would cost you a whopping $5.eight million.
To be truthful, when you have area for a 63 foot vast display, there is a good probability you’ve gotten sufficient money to pay for one. Sony did not say when the Crystal LED tech go on sale, but will probably be displaying off the tech on the CEDIA expo in Colorado.