Absen and Longgang Operation Center craft curved video wall

Longgang Operation Center, a public information building in Shenzhen, China , recently partnered with Absen LED to deploy a curved LED display in Shenzhen. Absen deployed this 1.27-millimeter pixel pitch video wall featuring 103 million pixels over a 1,796.5 square-foot surface, according to a press release.

This display pushes out traffic and emergency response messages for residents. It is 64 feet long by 21.3 feet high and features 798 panels and a curve of 121.7 feet in radius. Absen used 16 screw holes on the panels and two directions on the Z axis to remove any bezel between the panels.

The company built the video wall using its Absen CR series, which features 255 brightness adjustment levels and an average power consumption of 153 Watts per square meter. It can also receive 181 display signals and can push them on up to 105 windows at 720p, according to the release.

"To engineer the world’s largest high-resolution screen in 85 days from production to installation is no mean feat," Zhang Yongfeng, sales director, Absen, said in the release. "We had to overcome the difficulties of installing the screen while the center was still being built and therefore full of dust, but the combination of our sophisticated technology and skilled engineers meant we were able to deliver."

Topics: Display Technology, Hardware, LED Signs

Companies: Absen Inc.

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