Stewart Filmscreen FIDELEDY Vision LED Image Enhancement System Revolutionizes LED Video Wall Image Fidelity

Stewart Filmscreen FIDELEDY Vision LED Image Enhancement System Revolutionizes LED Video Wall Image Fidelity

Ideal for digital signage, broadcast, and staging applications, this innovative screen system transforms LED displays to create a diffuse, film-like appearance while also curing the annoying moiré interference that plagues broadcasters and filmmakers

TORRANCE, CA & AMSTERDAM, NL – FEBRUARY 8, 2016 (ISE, stand #1-F41)— Stewart Filmscreen®—Academy Award® winning manufacturer of high-performance projection screens and projection screen materials—will be showcasing its FIDELEDY Vision image enhancement system for discrete LED video walls at Integrated Systems Europe February 9-12, in Amsterdam. 

 With usage growing at more than 20% per year, LED video wall tiles have become a popular large image solution for digital signage, staging, broadcast, and filmmaking applications. Architects, consultants, and stage managers love the shallow depth and bright images, but have expressed a clear need to enhance the harsh, digitized images these displays present. With over 65 years of image fidelity expertise, Stewart Filmscreen engineers, building upon an award-winning heritage of innovation, developed the FIDELEDY Vision system to give LED video walls a true cinematic appearance. In addition, the system eliminates moiré interference issues that compromise broadcast image quality.

Budgetary considerations place pressure on design choices. FIDELEDY Vision lowers the total cost of installation by allowing larger pixel pitch options to be perceived like finer pitch options. With the FIDELEDY Vision image enhancement systems in place, LED 

walls can be larger and closer to the viewing audience and spending constraints are more easily adhered to.

FIDELEDY Vision is an innovative solution that completely removes visible moiré common to direct-view LED wall tiles used in broadcast and studio environments,” says Peter Brown, President of Stewart Filmscreen.It reduces the harsh electronic pixel structure and creates a smooth, film-like appearance even at close viewing distances, making it ideal for broadcast, digital signage, staging, and other architectural applications.”

Digital Signage Applications

While beneficial with informational signage, FIDELEDY Vision truly shines when the signage is architectural in nature. The cinematic quality created by the enhancement screen empowers designers to present lovely pictorial scenes that can be refreshed instantly to suit changing requirements, seasons, times of day, or any of a number of environmental or marketing factors. Because FIDELEDY Vision moderates the harsh intensity of LED light output, module placement can be much closer to the viewing audience without creating a fatiguing experience.

Broadcast and Filmmaking Applications

LED tiles are often specified for broadcast or filmmaking, but bring a negative side effect of distracting moiré into the video mix—a frustrating fact of life for cinematographers, filmmakers, and producers. FIDELEDY Vision eliminates the moiré resulting in gorgeous, uncompromised video with impressive image integrity.

Stewart High-Performance Screen Quality

FIDELEDY Vision enhances the image quality for greater realism and viewer comfort, and a far superior experience compared with unenhanced LED video wall installations. Delivering an extremely flat spectral response curve on and off axis, FIDELEDY Vision maintains color accuracy for the truest image. Furthermore, its low-gloss surface characteristics reject glare from adjacent surfaces to suit a wide range of lighting environments.

Completely Customizable

FIDELEDY Vision is designed to be custom-engineered for every application. Stewart Filmscreen engineers will work with clients, installers, and architects to design the framing and mounting systems to best suit the location, the type of LED modules, and the environment. The screen is completely scalable in seamless sizes up to 40 x 90 feet. With Stewart Filmscreen’s EZ Mount QR frame installation system, FIDELEDY Vision is not only easily installed, it can be easily removed to provide low cost, highly efficient access for maintenance or repair of the LED wall tiles.

In addition to Stewart Filmscreen’s FIDELEDY Vision image enhancement system, attendees of ISE 2016 are invited to see Stewart Filmscreen’s robust lineup of new projector screen solutions on display at stand #1-F41.

Those interested in learning more about Stewart’s legendary high-performance screens and associated technologies are encouraged to check out the new website, e-mail, call (800) 762-4999, follow @StewartFilm, and like Stewart on Facebook

Media tours can be arranged through Katye (McGregor) Bennett of KMB Communications, Inc., by emailing, phoning +1 (425) 328-8640 (mobile), or by Direct Message to @KatyeMcGregor.


About Stewart Filmscreen

Headquartered in Torrance, Calif., with additional manufacturing and satellite sales facilities in Ohio and Singapore, Stewart Filmscreen Corporation has been the consistent choice of discerning clientele around the world for more than 65 years. An Academy Award-winning manufacturer of projector screens, screen materials, and specialty optical coatings, aesthetic-conscious architects, consultants, systems designers, and homeowners rely on Stewart Filmscreen for the perfect combination of superior image integrity, flexible design, and dedicated support, and we consistently deliver. With unparalleled ISO 9001:2008 manufacturing capabilities, Stewart can custom engineer a projection screen solution to meet nearly every need. Proprietary material science and innovative manufacturing methods allow Stewart to produce some of the most optically immaculate screens in the world, ultimately delivering an immersive experience that is unrivaled in the marketplace. Simply put, if a screen can be imagined, Stewart Filmscreen can deliver it.


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Katye (McGregor) Bennett

KMB Communications, Inc.

+1 (425) 328-8640



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