DynaScan cylinder TV is totally hot

Finally, after all the deliberation and thinking, they develop a revamp for our boring old rectangular TV (Plasma or LCD doesn’t matter, it still looks the same). Here’s a cylindrical display TV from DynaScan that runs on the company’s proprietary spinning LED technology. A spinning drum with several RGB LED’s is incorporated into the cylindrical core, which triggers the lighting of each pixel, said to be accurate to 1/100 of a degree as it spins. There is also a video that captures the rotation and shows exactly how good it looks.

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This stuff is great for commercial display as the pixel pitch is 2mm and the content layout is completely customizable. That means, you could show a single, still image or carve up the display like a checkerboard. You could rent out the 360 ° LED display from DynaScan for anything between $4000 to $14,000 a week along with a technician to get it installed.

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