It’s been an exciting week for our Crystal LED direct view display. On January 6, we unveiled an expansion to the Crystal LED lineup with the announcement of our new C and B-series microLED displays, which offer high contrast (C-series) and high brightness (B-series). If you hadn’t seen the news, check out our announcement here: https://pro.sony/ue_US/press/crystal-led-c-and-b-series-launch. But that’s not all.
Today, I wanted to bring your attention to a donation Sony is making to the International African American Museum (IAAM), which will include the first deployment of the new Crystal LED technology in North America, in addition to the installation of several other professional display, projection and audio technologies. This donation is being made through Sony’s Global Social Justice Fund and will increase visitors’ engagement by providing interactive experiences that help educate and bring history to life through technology. Read our full announcement here: https://pro.sony/ue_US/press/iaam-technology-donation.
And don’t forget to tune into Sony’s CES Spotlight Session on Corporate Social Responsibility tomorrow, January 13th, from 9:15 – 9:45 a.m. PT on the CES site to hear from industry leaders about the relationship between a business’ ROI and their CSR efforts. The discussion will also be available for on-demand viewing at https://square.sony.com/.
And finally, our original Crystal LED display was recently installed in conjunction with Meyer Sound’s new Ultra Reflex audio solution at Netflix’s LA campus, in a reference-level screening room and lab. The two technologies provide users with the ultimate in high-contrast, high resolution video complemented by leading-edge audio. See Meyer Sound’s press release here:https://meyersound.com/news/ultra-reflex/.