The Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers (SMPTE) is an international organization with chapters all over the world, including the US. This month, NanoLumens hosted the Atlanta Section of SMPTE’s monthly meeting for a very special presentation: The soft reveal of Studio Pro, our newest LED display innovation geared towards the broadcast industry.
SMPTE members enjoyed barbecue while discussing LED display technology and NanoLumens’ digital signage innovations. Members, including Chair Person Jack Linder, were able to speak with CEO Rick Cope, examine a Nixel, and have sneak peak at Studio Pro:
Studio Pro was designed to eliminate the everyday struggles that come with digital displays for broadcast studios, including pixilation, moiré, and the space, energy, and funding usually taken up by projector displays. Studio Pro displays require much less space than a projector system and are much more cost effective over time, cutting the amount of power needed for the display as well as eliminating the high maintenance costs that usually come with a projector.
SMPTE members were able to take a close look at how Studio Pro works, including with the latest in camera technology. A Sony representative was present with a 4K camera, showing how the NanoLumens Studio Pro display worked with this new and innovative camera technology for broadcasters. To see individual photos from the event, visit our Facebook page to see the album. To get more information on how Studio Pro could work for your broadcast studio, contact the NanoLumens team.
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