The Next Generation of Digital Display Technology

Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) is the groundbreaking display technology invented by Prysm and the foundation of Prysm's video wall solutions.

LPD technology consists of three main parts: the laser engine, the phosphor panel, and advanced optics. Fundamentally different from LED- and LCD-based technologies, LPD video walls offer brilliant image quality, unmatched viewing angles, and the industry’s most energy efficient and eco-friendly solutions. Compared to other digital technologies, LPD technology has the lowest total cost of ownership and offers highly-competitive features, benefits, and usage possibilities.

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Advanced Optics

Mirrors direct the beams from the laser engine across the phosphor panel at a refresh rate of 360 Hz. This produces flicker-free images with no motion blur, even for fast-moving video.

Laser Engine

Solid-state laser diodes generate modulated beams that energize the phosphor panel. Since the lasers are off for black pixels, very high contrast images are achieved at ultra-low power.

Phosphor Panel

A pattern of phosphors layered in a rigid glass or polymer structure. When excited by the laser engine, the panel emits red, green or blue light to form image pixels. Since the phosphor is printed extremely close to its surface, the display is able to achieve the highest possible viewing angle of any commercially available display technology.

Product Specification Sheets

Prysm's video walls are made possible thanks to components built with state-of-the-art technology.

LPD Tiles

TD2 Tile

Image Processor

IP2

Interactivity

Synthesis Collaboration Platform

Display Manager™ Software

Display Manager™