Prysm 85 Dual Visual Workplace Solution

Prysm 85 Dual Visual Workplace Solution is an interactive, multi-user touch enabled collaboration video wall. Featuring two 85" 4k UHD touch LCDs on two separate display stands, the Prysm 85 Dual offers a 7680 × 2160 pixel digital canvas in extended mode – and plenty of potential even for large groups (10+ persons) and premises such as demo or conference centers.

Main features:

  • Two 85" UHD touch LCDs
  • 7690 x 2160 digital canvas
  • Two display stands
  • Energy-saving solid-state lasers consume 75% less energy than traditional displays
  • Brilliant, crisp and uniform image quality in all lighting conditions
  • Optimum use of space by ultra-wide viewing angle of 178 °
  • Dynamic multi-image contents can be freely positioned and adjusted
  • Multiuser touch capable
  • Consistent viewing experience through rimless displays
  • Low operating temperature, no active cooling required
  • Video, multimedia, telepresence and user-generated content in HD

Technical details: Prysm 85 Dual Visual Workplace Solution

Target Applications

  • Conference rooms, Training rooms, Demo centers
  • Designed for large rooms or 10+ people

Application Appliance (X30)

  • Video Output: NVIDIA Quadro K1200
  • Video Capture/Input: 4x HDMI 1.4a
  • Processor: Intel Xeon E3
  • Storage: 256 GB SSD
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 13.3in x 3.6in x 15.1in)
  • Interactive Input Controller (Qty): 1x

Display Characteristics

  • (dual) 85" screen diagonal
  • 3840 × 2160 pixels (UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 100/120 Hz
  • Max Input Resolution and Frame Rate: 3840 x 2160 @60Hz
  • Total Pixel Count: 8.3 million
  • Display Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Display Active Area: 73.7 in x 41.5 in x 84.5. in
  • Touch Type: High-resolution IR
  • Touch Points: 12 simultaneous touch points
  • Touch Resolution: Sub-pixel
  • Touch Update Rate: 200fps
  • Touch Latency: 5-10ms
  • Touch Accuracy: 2.7mm

Datasheets

„A major advantage of the e-learning platform is that our students gain very simple and immediate access to the recordings.“

Prof. Dr. Sönke Knutzen
Vice President Teaching, Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg