White Paper | How to Remove Moiré Patterns from LED Video Walls
When a LED video wall is on camera there is the potential to observe a moiré pattern. A moiré pattern (pronounced moe-ray) is the ‘rippling’ visual perception that occurs when viewing a set of lines or dots that are superimposed on another set of lines or dots at a slightly different angle. It can most easily be seen by looking at a pattern of lines through a screen door while moving left and right. Applications in broadcast, house of worship, and other live events have the potential to observe moiré patterns when a LED wall is put on camera.
In order to remove moiré patterns, the resolution of the screen, camera resolution and device settings all need to be calibrated to give optimal performance. This white paper explains why these patterns appear and how to remove them. Download below!