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How The LED Virtual Pixel Really Works: Part 1 of 2 
Why do LED screens use the virtual pixel technology, and what exactly is it? The virtual pixel is a video-management feature that allows a 400% increase in image quality
LED Screens 101: Part 2 
Part 2 of LED Screens 101 answers common quesions regarding quality of LED panels. We'll take a deeper look into further features that define the quality of an LED panel. Part 1 mentioned the importance of having a pure white (the perfect balance of red, green, and blue) in order to have the highest image quality. Now I'll discuss the importance of having pure black.
LED Screens 101 
If you've done design or programming work using light emitting diode (LED) screen technology and still aren't sure exactly how to choose the best one to suit your purposes, then keep reading. You probably already know that LED technology makes these large screens possible. LED is a semi-conductor that emits visible light when electrons pass through it. From the exterior, it may look like a small lamp, but it functions in a totally different way.
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