Fully integrated Videowall solutions should enable you to deliver your message and bring your vision to life with a full multimedia experience making a powerful impact on your intended/target audience.
The Videowall is ideal for demanding visualisation such as retail, corporate presentations, boardrooms, conferences, exhibitions, systems monitoring, call centres, public venues and arenas (in and outdoor), etc.
Benefits of using multiple displays over a single large screen are:
Flexibility – Multiple displays enable greater adaptability, so for example, a 24 unit array could be split into 2 arrays utilising 12 displays each. As well as being able to change the size format the layout can be modified for greater visual impact. For example stair, pyramid, rectangle and square, etc.
One challenge of moving to larger displays is the requirement for greater clarity, resolution and quality of the image (‘quality of image’ can be best described as it’s ‘pixel density’). Greater ‘pixel density’ per unit cost can be achieved utilising Videowalls. This means that a Videowall of a certain image quality would be more economical than a comparable single large display providing the same ‘quality of image’ and easier to source.
Another important feature that Videowalls offer over single large displays is being able to provide ‘quality of image’ both up close and from a distance. For example it has enough size and quality for the distant passerby to view photos while also providing the nearby observer enough resolution to inform about upcoming events.
A Videowall is scalable so it can start with simply 2 or 3 displays and more units may be added as and when required. For an indication on the limit or scale of what can be achieved take a look at the installation at the Rural Fire Service HQ in Homebush (New South Wales, Australia). This Videowall is used to combat bushfires and comprises 100 off 46” LCD screens, 16.5m x 16.5m (this equates to 272.25m²). The current largest installation is at AT&T’s Global Network Operations Centre (Bedminster, NY, US). This comprises 141 Rear Projection Display units providing a viewing area size of 3.7m high x 76.4m wide (279.267m²).