Video Walls typically display high definition videos, video streams and various other applications. The complex technology behind video walls is what gives each system a brilliant, flawless display. Each Video Wall consists of multiple computer monitors, projectors, or television sets arranged to provide easy viewing for its audience. Walls typically have multiple feeds in progress at any given moment and, depending on the users’ preference, each feed may be viewed either on multiple monitors or as whole on the entire Video Wall.
The fundamental components of a display screen include LCD panels, DLP tiles, projection screens and LED arrays, all of which contribute to the pristine look of our displays. Rear projection display cubes project a single image or video, which provides for such high-resolution, effective contrast and homogenous brightness.
Video Walls also use a Video Wall Controller, which is a hardware (often called a computer server) that uses operating systems such as Windows XP to provide 24-hour operation in conjunction with other input sources such as cameras, recording devices, DVD players and computers, among others. The Video Wall Software is designed to control which image or video is displayed in each display cube, and for how long.
The Video Wall is one of the many amazing, innovative inventions of the modern world. It is an essential tool for the modern economy and the technologically friendly public.
Video walls are commonly used in places such as control rooms, stadiums, stock exchanges, building lobbies, and many other public venues. One of the main purposes of a video wall is to allow for easy public viewing from long distances, however, they are also commonly used to attract viewers from closer distances in places such as offices, airports and other smaller venues where the goal is to disseminate information quickly, effectively and attractively to passersby.