Why is the LCD splicing screen display ratio 16:9?

2021-01-05 11:23:19 hongling

Why is the LCD splicing screen display ratio 16:9?


As a popular large-scale display screen, LCD splicing screen has many parameter standards. Among them, the display ratio 16:9 is one of the important parameters. Then, why is the LCD splicing screen display ratio 16:9? Instead of 4:3 like TV? What is the reason for this design? The editor will answer your questions below.








LCD splicing screen display ratio








First, let's understand what is the display ratio of the screen.




Screen display ratio refers to the ratio of screen width to height, also known as aspect ratio or aspect ratio. The current standard and common screen ratios are generally 4:3 and 16:9, but there are also 16:9 in the widescreen category. A "variant", such as 15:9, 16:10, 21:9, etc., the widescreen feature is that the width of the screen obviously exceeds the height, unlike the 4:3 screen that looks like a square.




Secondly, why should the LCD splicing screen display ratio be designed as 16:9.




As a large-scale commercial display device, LCD splicing screen is often used for exhibitions, so the playback content is often high-definition picture quality. Such videos are often produced in a widescreen ratio, so the design is 16:9. Better display video effects, if the original 4:3 design is adopted, it will definitely affect the viewing experience, just like when we watched widescreen movies on a home TV, there are black screens on top and bottom.




In addition, the 16:9 display ratio is already the trend of all displays.




As mentioned earlier, our ordinary home TVs used to have a 4:3 display ratio. That is because the previous pictures were not so high-definition, and the production ratio was also 4:3. However, with the advancement of technology, people are The requirements for comfort are getting higher and higher, so now almost all displays are designed with 16:9, including smart TVs. This is not only to cater to the production ratio of high-definition video, but also because 16:9 is closer to the golden ratio, which makes the human eyes feel more comfortable when watching the film.