CEDIA ‘Selecting Display Size’ White Paper Now Available
CEDIA's "Selecting Display Size based on Room Size and Seating" white paper explains how to determine the ideal display size for multi-purpose areas based on room size and seating location.
LCD and plasma TVs account for 76 percent of displays installed in homes, according to CEDIA’s annual report “Size and Scope of the Residential Electronic Systems Market in the US.”
While many consumers believe the bigger the better, it is important for integrators to be able to explain how different display sizes can enhance the overall user experience.
CEDIA has created a new white paper, Selecting Display Size based on Room Size and Seating, to discuss recommended methodologies for determining the ideal display size for multi-purpose areas based on room size and seating location.
“Display size can make or break a room especially in a multi-purpose space,” says Dave Pedigo, CEDIA’s senior director of technology and learning. “It is important not only to calculate the appropriate size display for the room, but ESCs also need to be able to explain their recommendations to their client. This white paper can help bridge that gap of understanding for both the ESC and the consumer.”
The recommendations outlined in this document are for displays with 1080p resolution and an aspect ratio of 16:9. Recently, 4K displays have become available for theaters and consumers, but because 4K displays are still less common than 1080p, those recommendations will be discussed in a separate whitepaper which has not yet been published as of the writing of this document.
The new white paper is available free of charge for CEDIA members or $9.99 for non-members in the CEDIA Marketplace. This paper does not touch on display selection for a dedicated home theater because that information was addressed in CEA/CEDIA-CEB23: Home Theater Recommended Practices: Video Design, which is also available in the CEDIA Marketplace.
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