Operating principle and basic technical characteristics of video walls

18/05/12 A video wall is a large screen which consists of separate modules. Each module is an LCD or LED panel. Video-walls traditionally differ in the following ways: -number of modules in the video-wall -size of modules (42, 46 and 55-inch) -thickness of frames between modules (from 5 mm to 22 mm) -time of continuous use -brightness Other important parameters are: -image format (4: 3, 16: 9) -installation of video walls: wall, floor or pendant Functionally, a video wall consists of: -the panels -a switch -a capture device and video signal processor (video controller, video-server) -video wall installation bracket Options depending on the number of display sources: 1. one source, one picture on the wall 2. the video wall, a few sources, for a total resolution of 1080 3. one wall, multiple sources for ultra high resolution Display walls also are: -from LEDs (often stage equipment or outdoor screens) -from video cubes (controller’s offices) The usage of video-walls: -video walls for control and situational centers (utility or energy companies, MES) -video walls for exhibitions, conferences and symposium -video walls for museums, libraries, concert halls -video walls for governmental and administrative structures (you can find them in our…….) -video walls for clubs (you can find them in our……) bars, restaurants -Street and advertising video walls

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