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WIDE ASPECT RATIO DISPLAYS
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A display’s aspect ratio is the relationship between the width and height of the display. It is shown as two numbers separated by a colon (X:Y). Traditional displays are generally manufactured in square formats with small aspect ratios (i.e. 4:3). Having a wider aspect ratio first became popular for televisions to create a larger and more enhanced viewer experience. Today’s consumer now sees the value in having wide aspect ratios in personal electronics and the commercial industry is demanding displays that integrate more seamlessly into their spaces. Having a display with a wider aspect ratio allows you to display your message in a more unique and eye-catching way. E3 will work with you to choose the ideal ratio for the given application so you can optimize your space and profit.
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Wide Aspect Ratio’s Effects on Resolution
When creating a display with a wide aspect ratio, the manufacturer also has to keep display resolution in mind. If the resolution is not designed to meet the ratio, then the image can end up only being viewed widescreen or will be stretched to fit the display, therefore, causing image distortion. E3 can enhance high quality 4K Ultra HD wide aspect ratio displays that still show the same high quality images.
Common Display Resolutions
720 pixels (1280 x 720) is the lowest HDTV utilized and is the most widespread. This means that the image is displayed every 60th of a second.
1080 pixels (1920 x 1080) is the modern standard for consumer electronics. It is also known as full high definition (FHD)
1440 pixels (2560 x 1440) is not as widespread but is often found in computers and smartphones. 1440p is 4x stronger than the base HD resolution.
4K resolution (3840 x 2160) has 4x more pixels than 1080p. 4K is often found in online videos, commercial televisions, and video projection.
8K resolution refers to an image or display resolution of 7680 × 4320 and is the successor to 4K resolution in the consumer TV market.
Benefits of Wide Aspect Ratio Display
Adaptability to space is important in identifying a high quality display. E3 can enhance ultra wide stretch displays to improve unique displays that cannot fulfill their purpose with standard sizing.
There is never a one size fits all display. E3 works with you side by side to choose and customize a display solution made for you and your goals so you can have highly efficient and cost effective tools.
Enabling your viewers to interact with your displays is the next step in showcasing your message and strengthening your impact. E3 can enhance wide aspect ratio displays to have multi touch interactive capabilities to transition from a purely visual experience to an interactive dynamic user experience.
Your display is an investment into the future of your business and should never be just satisfactory. E3 enhancements are nothing short of high quality and improves the visual performance of your display so you stand out from your competition.
E3 will enhance your displays so that they can withstand the toughest requirements. Allowing you to focus on what you do best, providing high quality customer service.
Displays that are not built for the right environment can cause you to miss viewers. E3 Displays can enhance wide aspect ratio displays with LED backlighting across the entire panel so your message stands out in any environment.
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