At last year’s CES, Samsung showed off its ‘The Wall’ TV technology made from modular Micro LED panels. This year, we’ve seen Micro LED panels used to create a 219-inch ‘The Wall’ and ‘The Window’ display — last year’s massive screen measured 146-inches — proving it can build screens of any resolution, size or shape.
Samsung also announced a 75-inch sized 4K resolution version of The Wall; which is more suitable for homes. While there’s no word yet on what it’ll cost to own one, it’s much more realistic for everyday consumer use — compared to the 34-foot movie theatre screen it was originally made for.
Owing to the modular nature of Micro LED, this technology offers flexibility in screen size — allowing users to customize it to fit any room or space. Users can expand their display to whatever size they desire by simply adding Micro LED modules. The modular functionality of Micro LED will allow users in the future to create the ultimate display even at irregular 9×3, 1×7 or 5×1 screen sizes to suit their spatial, aesthetic, and functional needs.
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Also, Samsung’s Micro LED technology optimizes the content regardless of the size and shape of the screen. The Micro LED displays can scale to increase the resolution when adding more modules — all while keeping the pixel density constant. Additionally, Micro LED can support everything from the standard 16:9 content, to 21:9 widescreen films, to unconventional aspect ratios like 32:9, or even 1:1 – without having to make any compromises in its picture quality.