SiliconCore Technology enables 4K 3D experience for Fujita

Videowall at Fujita centre in Japan

One of Japan’s biggest construction companies, Fujita, has unveiled a 4K 3D LED wall at Fujita’s technology centre to showcase new projects to clients with computer generated 3D images. With the use of 3D active glasses clients can visualise, in three dimension, their projects on the 220-in SiliconCore fine pixel pitch display, providing a one of a kind experience for its customers.

Fujita also required the screen to showcase its projects to clients at close viewing proximities. With a pixel pitch of 1.2mm, clients are able to view the 4,864mm wide by 2,736mm high display from a distance of just 1m.

The LED wall combines SiliconCore’s master clock patent with Common Cathode to achieve refresh rates of over 120Hz per second and efficient power consumption. This display can achieve active 3D imagery that is flicker free, totally immersive and 1,200 nits maximum calibrated brightness.

Yoshinori Kumita, operating officer, general manager technology development division, Fujita Corporation, commented:“We needed a display that would be able to showcase content in both 2D and 3D, without a complicated setup for our employees. Due to SiliconCore’s incredibly high refresh rates and HDR technology, the display produces the best colour reproduction and image clarity that we have seen on the market. This ensures that the fine details shown in the content will not be missed. SiliconCore’s own technology also offers advanced features such as high brightness and power efficiency, which assures us we’ve invested in a high quality and long-term product.”