Nanolumens to Debut 4K Version of Captivate Series at InfoComm 2024

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Nanolumens, industry-leading manufacturer and designer of cutting-edge LED displays and solutions, announces the 4K Captivate Series, an all-in-one chip-on-board (COB) platform boasting 4K resolution, which will debut at InfoComm 2024. Nanolumens will showcase the unparalleled performance and versatility of the new 4K Captivate Series in booth W717 at InfoComm 2024 from June 12–14, 2024, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Nanolumens’ 4K Captivate Series is 165” and features tighter pitches, achieving a stunning 0.9 pixel pitch to ensure that images on Nanolumens’ displays feature smoother borders and finer detail. This allows viewers to stand closer to the screen and enjoy a crystal-clear image without the distraction of individual pixels. With a system depth of just 2.0 inches, the Captivate Series seamlessly integrates into any environment, offering a sleek and modern appearance. Available in four unique sizes, ranging from 120 inches to 180 inches, the Captivate Series caters to various environments and their specific requirements.

“We are excited to unveil the 4K version of our well-known Captivate Series at InfoComm 2024,” said Kurt DeYoung, chief revenue officer for Nanolumens. “With tighter pixel pitches and exceptional visual clarity, the 4K Captivate Series is ideal for applications like control rooms, that demand higher resolution to visualize the finest details. As we move towards a more sustainable future, the 4K Captivate Series boasts reduced power consumption and a commitment to sustainability.”

In addition to its exceptional visual clarity, Nanolumens’ Captivate Series is designed with energy efficiency in mind. Leveraging cutting-edge engineering, Nanolumens displays consume significantly less energy per square foot compared to conventional digital displays. Boasting an impressive 100,000-hour lifetime, the Captivate Series guarantees long-lasting performance, making it a reliable choice for a wide array of applications. 

The Captivate Series is designed to simplify installation, ease user control and offer a cost-effective solution for various applications, from corporate meeting rooms to houses of worship, higher education facilities, and more. Nanolumens’ turn-key installation process, facilitated by factory-trained technicians, ensures efficient integration and optimal performance in under four hours, minimizing disruptions and maximizing customer satisfaction. The Captivate Series is available through Nanolumens’ distribution partner, TD Synnex, and is available to purchase with complete installation by a trained Nanolumens technician.  

Join Nanolumens at InfoComm 2024 (booth W717) from June 12–14, 2024, at the Las Vegas Convention Center to experience firsthand the groundbreaking capabilities of the Captivate Series. For more information on Nanolumens, please visit nanolumens.com. Keep up with the latest news from Nanolumens on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

About Nanolumens

Nanolumens is a US-Based LED design and manufacturer headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Nanolumens offers world-class screens across multiple market segments adding wonder to physical spaces. We’re pioneers of the True Curve™ technology and are committed to being better. With a bold and visionary team of experts we will take your project, in all shapes and sizes, from concept to reality. We bring your creative visions to life, leaving a first and lasting impression. We are LED!

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