The flexible LED modules are made of soft PCB and rubber materials. They are extremely soft, can be designed in any sizes and shapes for creative installations. They have a compact modular design, 5mm thick, and magnetic connections. They can be easily attached anywhere, including in shopping malls, hotels, clubs…
Angled LED displays allow you to create almost any shape you want for your screen. The borders assemble themselves together and form angles that give you the possibility to build a specific shape. They are easy to instal, manipulate and move, and also life resistant. These displays will allow you to expend your creativity, have an original screen and to shine brighter than with a basic flat screen.
Any size and shape can be created with the LED Mesh system to meet project-specific requirements. Due to the flexible mounting system even the largest areas can easily be covered in any corner. LED Mesh is ideal for Building facades, walls, exhibition center, columns, ceilings…
Standard LED screens are now part of our everyday life; in the streets, shops, malls, airports, they have strongly established in the urban landscape, they guide and inform us every day. Available in pixel pitch from 1.2 to 6.125 mm for indoor uses, and pitch 4 to pitch 31mm for outdoor applications, all screen sizes can be created by simply assembling modules.
Transparent LCD Displays are one of the latest innovation in LED technology, among with OLED displays, opening up a wide range of new opportunities in retail and marketing. They don’t have a blacklight layer integrated, so they do need a background light to reflect colours, but this means the display itself features a unique thinness, which allows the screen to be transparent.
Transparent LED screens are ideal for large surfaces and building façades. They offer a transparency between 65% and 85%, allowing the viewer to see both the image displayed by the screen and the surface on which the screen is fixed, when the screen is turned off. The screen does not require a ventilation system since its design allows it to automatically maintain a temperature suited to its operation.
The basic structure of an OLED is an emissive layer sandwiched between a cathode(which injects electrons) and an anode (which removes electrons) It’s thinness allows the OLED displays to be foldable and transparent, and adds to this incredible technology a large range of various applications