SiliconCore project delivered in partnership with Display Systems integrator for a Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) was recognized as a broadcast/media project of the year at the AV Awards 2015.
The award-winning project encompasses installation of a high-resolution video wall with Anti Moiré Filter in the state-of-the-art broadcasting studio. Measuring 13.5 m long by 2 m high the solution is based on 2.6mm Peony Broadcast LED panels driven by Common Cathode technology and has a resolution of 4992 x 768 pixels. The L-shaped display runs along two sides of the studio and is split into four different sections to be used for different presenting functions.
The project was commissioned by NRK, which is Norway’s public service broadcaster and largest media house. The solution meets the customer’s moiré removal requirements during camera zooms, studio pans and off axis shots as well as provides true color rendition during live interviews.
“We worked with Display Systems, our Norwegian partner over a period of 12 months of extensive testing and benchmarks to develop a unique solution that removed all moiré patterns on a high resolution LED video walls. Not only does this groundbreaking solution provide any broadcast studio with new levels of freedom and creativity, as a bonus it also enhances contrast and black level in the picture”, - said Steve Scorse, VP EMEA for SiliconCore.
“This was an innovative project to be involved in and the developments that have been made with regards to introducing anti moiré technology to LED displays we are now able to offer to a wider market as a broadcast solution.”
The AV Awards is one of the most honorable professional awards recognizing outstanding achievements in the audiovisual industry. The 17th annual ceremony of AV Awards took place on the 25th of September in London with over 900 guests from across the industry attending the event.