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What About ‘Virtual Pixel Pitch'?
Source: | Author:Vision Productions | Publish time: 2017-03-30 | 517 Views | Share:

On many LED screens, a technique known as ‘virtual pixel pitch' is used which shares LEDs between pixels, thus making the giant screen appear to be a higher resolution.  So when someone talks about a ‘virtual pixel pitch' of 10mm, the screen is likely to actually have a 20mm pitch, but use virtual pixel technology.

It's important to be aware that a virtual pixel pitch does not make a huge amount of different.  For instance, a 10mm ‘virtual' screen will never look nearly as good as an ‘actual' 10mm screen, so it is always best to go for the smallest ‘actual' pixel pitch that you can afford.