Resolution is extremely important for showing the fine details that are unique to our clients' designs, so ZeroLight offer a range of different outputs. But pixel density comes with many challenges, especially when targeting high real-time frame rates.
Rendering 8K at 60fps results in 2 billion pixels a second (1,990,656,000) - that's 16x more pixels than 1080p at 60fps!
The video below highlights the level of detail change as you increase resolution. It shows a zoomed in view of the Pagani badge which was captured from the area in the red box shown in the image above in 4 resolutions, from 720p to 8K.
At ISE 2019, we partnered with LG Electronics to show the next generation of digital signage and interactive retail displays. The showcase featured a highly detailed and fully configurable Audi e-tron on a 10K OLED video wall which was made up of 5 portrait 4K OLED displays.
We were able to display this real-time content across multiple displays using the power of NVIDIA's Quadro GPUs and MOSAIC, which remove the need for a signal splitting device.
The displays are perfectly synced, even when using multiple GPUs on video walls with more than 4 displays. The image above shows the setup running with 2 GV100 GPUs.
We have pushed this further and created a 12K video wall system to highlight virtual configurations and immerse the user in a real-time visualisation without the need for a head mounted display. Amazingly, this display is 24x the resolution of a 1080p display and can be used to configure a digital twin of any model in real time at 1:1 scale!