Samsung The Wall for Virtual Production has been revealed


Samsung The Wall for Virtual Production has been revealed

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Samsung unveiled The Wall for Virtual Production at InfoComm 2023 which takes place in Orlando, Florida between June 14th and June 16th Samsung is also showcasing its range of digital signage at the event.

“Technology is a vital part of any business, and the range of innovative signage we showcase at InfoComm enables businesses across industries to grow,” said Hon Chung, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “The latest addition to The Wall lineup is particularly exciting, making production faster and easier for the television, film, and other creative industries.”

The Wall for Virtual Production is based on modular technology, allowing for a variety of mounting options for different production environments and needs, ranging from a completely flat screen to up to 6000R curvature. It can also be attached to or stacked with other displays and is designed to be resilient to dust and particles common in production environments.

The integrated Virtual Production Management (VPM) solution and the intuitive interface it provides makes it easy to manage the monitor and facilitates the highest possible image quality. To display colors as accurately and consistently as possible, The Wall for Virtual Production also features 3D Lookup Tables (LUTs) for color correction, extensive HDR color processing, and color adjustment between individual cabinets or units. The VPM is also capable of detecting and resolving any potential LED related issues.

You can find out more details about Samsung The Wall for Virtual Production and Samsung’s range of digital signage products on the Samsung website at the link below.

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