Resolution is a way of measuring how many pixels are in a given area of a LED display screen. Pixels are tiny dots that make up digital images, like grains of sand make up a beach. The more pixels there are in a certain space, the clearer and sharper the images can be.

Resolution is usually written as width x height, where width and height are the number of pixels along each dimension. For example, some common resolutions are:

Full HD = 1920 pixels x 1080 pixels

4K = 3840 pixels x 2160 pixels

8K = 7680 pixels x 4320 pixels

These resolutions mean that Full HD has about 2 million pixels, 4K has about 8 million pixels, and 8K has about 33 million pixels. The higher the resolution, the more detail and quality the images can have.