A lot of businesses are coming around to the notion that video walls are the next necessary purchase. Whether it’s for entertainment, critical governing, operations management, real-time collaboration, or for enhanced learning and research. Video walls are the next generation in presenting and collaborating.
Today’s direct-view LED offers bright ambient lighting and an astounding picture. Content pops through details and colors. When used correctly they make the person stop what they are doing and think about what they just saw or experienced. These types of immersive experiences have been proven to make more of an imprint in the mind and tickle the senses.
Digital screens are becoming so common in public spaces, often they blend in with the environment. A video wall behaves like a large single display, but the technology behind it is far more advanced and powerful. A complete system delivers performance with instinctive speed and workability.
There are several different industries and individuals that rely on these systems every day. Most commonly, you will find them at Tradeshows, Coliseums, Churches, Schools, Universities, Casinos, and High-end Retail. It is interesting to know that all branches of the US military, utility companies and federal agencies use video walls as control centers. They are used to collect and review visual data to build an exceptional operating picture, especially for mission critical applications.
Video walls can provide a both a permanent and portable solution for tactical operation centers. Using a video wall enables multi-domain conferencing and secure collaboration within multi-class environments.
Teams in operation centers and control rooms use video walls to monitor network health and security. They create a collaboration platform where operators can speed-up incident response, even instantly share critical information across the network.
Business leaders in forward-thinking enterprises use video walls for training and to deliver engaging and interactive mass media presentations. It allows the presenter to personally collaborate remotely and share information easily. Some of these displays are used upon entry as a high-impact digital canvas to reinforce brand identity and welcome visitors.
Public safety organizations use video walls to respond to emergency situations and incidents as they occur in real time. These installations are used to monitor and track traffic, road conditions and congestion to help keep roads safe.
Students, educators, and research teams use large-scale systems to view and explore big data at full resolution and in detail. It enables remote learning and collaboration with off-site colleagues.
Choose a higher resolution display or monitor. The overall resolution of the display face increases with each display added to the array. Video walls are also much more scalable than projectors because expanding the display surface does not sacrifice image quality.
Powerful processing is another important part of your selection. In a correct integrated system, all images and videos are processed through an external video wall processor. Often referred to as a controller, this external component leverages far more powerful processing hardware than those built into individual displays. These superior processing abilities enable video walls to deliver fluid visual performance and display large amounts of high-res content fast.
Just as important as choosing monitors and processing speed is deciding where to install the video wall and what type of mounting frame to use.
Mounted to a wall, flown from overhead, supported by the floor? Adaptive Technologies Group Has Solutions Tailored to Fit All of Your Needs.
The most common is the wall mounted video wall frame. You can choose to have a permanent modular frame designed for the selected indoor or outdoor rated LED monitor. Adaptive’s ultra-rigid and modular HoverGrid™ interlocking frames, for instance make installing multiple LED tiles accurate and predictable.
Flyable Walls are more specialized and suspended from overhead with the proper rigging equipment and LED frames called GridLink®. Standard and custom designs are available for any size video wall configurations.
Permanent Ground Supported video walls are also popular where its frame is permanently anchored to a floor, some are free-standing, and others are permanently braced to a back wall. There are benefits to both methods.
Adaptive’s Loc-N-Load® Portable Ground Support framing system is widely used by the rental and staging market for exhibitions, trade exhibits, live performances, education, and house of worship applications where all its components travel in a rugged road-ready rolling cart.
Adaptive Technologies Group Video wall frames can be found supporting some of the most elaborate and impressive video walls in just about any imaginable venue. Contact our applications specialists when you are ready for your next or your first video wall application design. www.adaptivetechnologiesgroup.com