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ROE Visual Sets New Standard for Stunning Visuals at ISE

ROE Visual Sets New Standard for Stunning Visuals at ISE
ROE Visual Sets New Standard for Stunning Visuals at ISE

The Netherlands – ROE Visual will be introducing a range of new products at the ISE, all designed using the latest LED technologies. Setting the standard for stunning LED performances, ROE Visual showcases its unmatched expertise in the field of LED technology, for applications in both the rental and system integration markets. Find ROE Visual at stand 12F80.

The ISE exhibition, which is held at the RAI in Amsterdam, from 11-14 February 2020 is a major event for ROE Visual. Reflecting the importance of this years’ product releases, the stand design will focus on the new products Black Quartz and Ruby. Interested in cutting-edge LED technology? Stop by at ROE Visual and experience these products first-hand.

How to comprise the latest technology into an advanced LED panel and translate that to an outstanding viewing experience? ROE Visual has done just that. As a worthy successor to the legendary Black Onyx, the Ruby LED panels are a new generation of LED panels equipped with features that are beneficial from build to performance.

Surpassing existing technology, ROE Visual has developed its own LED, the 2.3 4in1 LED, which is exclusively available for Ruby. This LED type is stronger, has less reflection and more contrast, due to an optimised black body, the resulting colours are striking.

Each four-in-one LED has four individual lenses instead of one large one, this reduces the glare effect and creates perfect on-camera visuals. The consequential effect is a remarkable LED performance.
Using common cathode technology significantly reduces panel power consumption and temperature, resulting in efficient heat-dissipation, reduced colour differences and higher brightness.

Fitted with advanced driver ICs and LEDs with large colour space Ruby is fully HDR adaptive, adding excellent colour depth and great greyscales.
Building outdoor LED screens can be a challenge. The Black Quartz LED panels by ROE Visual are designed as a fast-building, full-fledged LED screen appliance, with an integrated wind-bracing system. The perfect solution for your next tour or outdoor event.

Black Quartz panels have an excellent visual performance due to the use of common cathode technology. Its stable and brilliant LED performance, with reduced colour differences and relative high brightness, is the result of a significantly reduced panel temperature and efficient heat-dissipation.

The high-performance processing cards on the Black Quartz panels warrant superb visuals. HDR10, Natural true colour, low latency, module calibration, edge correction, and 10-bit greyscales are added features. Black Quartz can be run in a low brightness mode for unrivalled greyscales during indoor use, making this a very adaptable product.

ROE Visual will further showcase a range of its latest products, such as its fixed installation products Amber, Jasper. Next to these ROE Visual excellent NPP platform Sapphire is presented, suited for system integration as well as rental purposes.

Additionally, ROE Visual presents new updates for its LED floor, Black Marble. Both the BM4 regular LED floor as the BM5i, interactive LED floor can be found in the stand.

Using advanced technology, the BM5i interactive LED panels are equipped with build in in infrared sensors. The sensors enable users to captivate the movements of persons or objects on the panel, translate this to matching content and create a truly immersive experience. With its enhanced options, like the anti-moiré finish and optional interactive functionality the Black Marble BM5 and BM5i are an ideal solution for broadcast, live music, corporate events and a variety of other applications.

Don’t miss the ROE Visual stand for a truly exciting LED experience. The ROE Visual team of knowledgeable LED experts will be happy to demonstrate the latest novelties.

ROE Visual Stand12F80. Voucher code: 246026.

9th January 2020

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