Onumen Technology CO., LTD.
Onumen Technology CO., LTD.

What Are the Common Misunderstandings When Using Flexible LED Stage Screens?

Nowadays, with the continuous improvement of living standards, various types of performing arts activities have become an indispensable and important part of people's lives. Especially with the continuous development of high-tech electronic products, LED stage screens have been used as backgrounds in artistic performances, adding more vivid backgrounds for performers and giving performances higher depth. However, many friends also get caught in some misunderstandings when using flexible LED stage screens. So, do you know the common misunderstandings when using LED stage screens? Below, ONUMEN's editor will introduce them to you:


The misuse of flexible LED stage screens causes a huge conflict between the visual effects and the program content

With the continuous upgrading of LED stage screen manufacturing technology, high-definition screens have become the objects of choice for merchants. Some rental companies play a lot of realistic images on the flexible LED stage screens to please their audience as much as possible. However, the center of the stage is not the screen, but the performance of the characters on the stage. The screen is a part of the stage design and only needs to be in line with the stage content, so as not to bring the audience a confusing feeling of "unable to follow" and "not knowing where to look."

The overuse of flexible LED stage screens ruins the lighting effects that the stage performance area should have

Nowadays, some stage designers blindly pursue the concept of "panoramic video stage design" and overuse flexible LED stage screens in stage design, which brings huge light pollution to the stage. When the stage design is completed and the overall lighting composition is performed, it is already too late to regret. In fact, the presentation of stage design should be a system of lighting, screen display, and sound effects working together.

The lack of spatial perception in video stage design limits the visual extension of the live performance

Compared with traditional stage design technology, one of the characteristics of LED technology and video stage design is space creation. Through various unique 3D technologies, the director can create a virtual visual space through the LED stage screen and combine it with the real space on the stage, greatly expanding the visual space of the performance scene and providing the audience with a sense of temporal and spatial crossover. However, most creative teams of evening parties still view flexible LED stage screens as traditional two-dimensional scenery and fail to treat it as a three-dimensional space, resulting in a stage visual effect that not only does not maximize the advantages of LED, but also loses the characteristics of traditional stage design.

The usage habit of flexible LED stage screens focusing only on the whole and ignoring the details makes TV broadcasts difficult

During large-scale evening parties held on site, live broadcasts are usually carried out through television stations. At this time, the propagation characteristics of television need to be considered. The basic composition unit of a television picture is different scene shots, simply put, panoramic, medium shot, close-up. However, live performances tend to focus more on the "panoramic" effect. Many creative teams only consider the "grand effect" presented by the panoramic view when designing flexible LED stage screens, and when special close-up shots are needed, they often stretch the background which is the extremely dazzling screen. Such close-up shots cannot be used on television. Therefore, the LED stage screen needs to adjust its content and brightness according to the requirements of TV live broadcasts.

In summary, these are some common misunderstandings when using flexible LED stage screens. As long as these misunderstandings are avoided during usage, you can use the LED stage screen to create many flexible and vivid stage effects, achieving unity of scene and effect.