We know that in the past, the corresponding introduction of the exhibits could only be placed next to the exhibits. The traditional form with the paper directly pasted on the glass of the showcase or put in a label display box. When visitors are watching, because most of the light in the exhibition hall is relatively dim, it is difficult to read the introduction of the exhibits.
The traditional form of the exhibit’s introduction reading experience is not good. Especially when the exhibition is over or the exhibits are changed will produce secondary (paper) material waste and the cleaning is not a small workload. Museums using LED video displays to the introduction of the exhibits can solve this problem very well.
The museum video display screen can meet the requirement that even if any display information is replaced, just need you to move the computer mouse.
The museum LED video display is a flat panel display that uses an array of light-emitting diodes as pixels to display various information, such as text, graphics, images, animations, markets, videos, video signals, etc.