Prysm Makes Big Splash at InfoComm

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On the opening day of InfoComm, Prysm, Inc. announced its display solution, powered by its proprietary technology, Laser Phosphor Display (LPD). LPD’s are purpose-built to provide applications with brilliant image quality for increased audience impact, the widest viewing angles for greater visibility, seamless configurations for improved content delivery and message, and consume up to 75 percent less power than other display technologies on the market.

Prysm’s display solutions are made up of four key components working in concert for nearly any environment. Each system consists of one or more tiles (model TD1), an image processor, user-friendly software for remote operation and several highly configurable frame options including fixed and stackable rental frames.

“With the launch of our LPD solution we are bringing to market a technology that is unmatched in energy efficiency as well as in image quality,” said Amit Jain, president, CEO and founder of Prysm. “LPD defines a whole new category in display technology that will connect the users with their environments in a more engaging and dynamic way than ever before.”

“I was excited by this solution when I initially heard about the company launch earlier this year,” said Randy Pagnan at RP Visuals. “LPD is the first new display technology in our industry for years and I’m excited to see the potentials of LPD. I love that the seams are tighter than any technology I’ve seen and look forward to the unique mounting applications that Prysm’s new product presents.”

With a 25” diagonal (4:3) tile as the building block, designers, integrators and architects can build displays into a variety of sizes to meet the individual needs of each application. Featuring a viewing angle of nearly 180 degrees in both the horizontal and vertical, users can engage and capture more attention at nearly any angle. At a brightness of 800nits, an optical seam of .25mm and a refresh rate of 240Hz, audiences and consumers will be captivated by the high-resolution images, no motion blur and incredible video quality. Powered by LPD’s solid-state components, the display solution offers an internal health monitor and auto-calibration system for 24/7 continuous operation and stable performance over the life of the application.

“We’ve been tracking this technology for quite some time and we’re proud to be a signed channel partner for Prysm,” said Don Mastro, executive vice president of sales for AVI-SPL. “We believe this technology will directly address the demands we are hearing from our customers generating new projects and revenue.”

“We have had unbelievable interest from designers, architects, consultants, end users and channel partners since the launch of Prysm and LPD,” said Dana Corey, VP of global sales and marketing at Prysm. “With this solution, we are bringing to market a unique large format display solution, and our partners can’t wait to get their hands on it. The level of interest in the months leading up to our product availability has been overwhelming.”

Prysm is taking orders with delivery starting this summer.

For more information: http://www.prysm.com.

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