Pix-Cell™ provides unique methods for beautifying displays of new and existing art, as well as supports creation of static and dynamic 2D and 3D images on super large scale screens and billboards.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2014
ADVS-Technologies, an innovative company, is pleased to introduce the patent pending ParallelView™ LED illuminated Pix-Cell™, which aims to provide unique methods of beautifying displays of new and existing art. The ParallelView™ LED illuminated Pix-Cell™, also supports creation of static and dynamic 2D and 3D images on super large scale screens, billboards, etc.
“While discrete LED pixels are the existing building blocks for a variety of small and medium size displays, it is rather problematic to use LED pixels for creating super large scale displays. In addition, it is not as pleasant to view a large scale billboard from a close distance, particularly when each discrete LED pixel is shooting light directly into the viewer eyes. In contrast, the patent pending Pix-Cell™ providing ParallelView™ illumination”, says inventor Zack Braunstein, “will create new opportunities to beautify the display of existing or new art. The Pix-Cell™ provides soft and user friendly 2D and 3D illumination techniques, and as a bonus – will allow creation of super large scale displays, which are relatively easy to assemble and sustain using patented Plug-n-Power™ technology”.
The patent pending application describes a control system consisting of Pix-Cells™, which can be configured to create real-time sequences of dynamic 2D and 3D displays or images. These images potentially approach video quality reproduction on super large scale screens.
“The patent pending Pix-Cells™,” continues Braunstein, “are fully configurable, including physical shape of each Pix-Cell™ and its relative position in respect to the illumination surface. In addition, each LED within the Pix-Cell™ is configurable, including: position of LED within the Pix-Cell™, LED illumination colors and LED controls.”
“The possibilities are great,” concludes Braunstein, “in creating truly unique configurations for each Pix-Cell™ and a group of Pix-Cells™, which can be characterized in their behavior vs. applied controls. Then based on results of characterization, a control algorithm can be created to achieve the desired objectives, whether it is related to beautiful 3D illumination of art, or real-time dynamic image streaming on a super large scale screen.”
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