Installing the perfect video wall is about finding the right combination of display technology, signal processing and mounting structure to exactly compliment not just the proposed functionality, but the space and finish of the room too.
The technology now exists to affordably install almost any shape, size or configuration of high resolution, high impact display. New super narrow bezel LED backlit LCD displays allow you to tile individual panels with only 6mm gaps between the active areas. This means you can stack any number of 21”, 46” or 55” displays in any configuration to create vast video canvases. Video wall, video towers or video cubes of any shape can be made to run off either single signals or to show flexible selections of multiple inputs across different portions of the video canvas. If you’ve got the concept and the space... we’ve got the video wall technology and driver solutions to match.
In planning a video wall solution - there are a number of elements that come together to create the perfect installation:
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For completely seamless displays there are a number of other technologies that could be considered against video wall tiles:
Large Format LCD Displays:
there are single LCD & PLASMA displays available in large sizes from 80” to 150”. High prices for these large format displays are a significant factor, but also resolutions are extremely limited compared to tiling individual HD video wall displays.
in LED tiles each pixel is a mini-LED light, when viewed up close it is possible to see these individual pixels so traditionally these displays have been used to create large video walls viewed at long distances. The most recent LED tiled displays have reduced the gap between pixels to as low as 1.9mm, which does support close-up viewing, but these displays remain almost 5 times the price of a standard narrow bezel LCD solution.
To use front or back projected systems you need fixed points to placed the projector and the space to project across. The further the projector away from the display, the larger the image, but almost the greater the light loss and dimmer the image. Multiple projectors can be blended together, but this requires regular calibration. Bulbs also require regular exchange.