Artistic, mosaic or architectural video walls are video walls that do not follow a more traditional grid or matrix pattern. Instead of the more common configuration of 2×2 or 3×3, artistic video walls allow users to display a single image, video or display canvas across displays arranged ad hoc and at different angles. This allows users to design unusual configurations: EX. layouts that attract attention, or serve as a unique artistic feature in a public space.
The simplest approach to a ‘unique’ video wall is to rotate the source content which allows end users to rotate the actual displays. By using a mix of portrait and landscape displays this allows users to deploy a video wall that is not a simple matrix, however this approach is limited to keeping all displays at the same angle.
Userful supports any display with an HDMI connection ensuring maximum flexibility when designing an artistic video wall. Mix and match display types and sizes as needed, rotate individual displays or the entire video wall 360°. All display placement and rotation can be done with a drag and drop method or for more precise placement, key in numeric values. Userful runs from a standard PC and supports display of just about any content including video of up to 8k. Userful offers a cloud management option that allows users to centrally upload content and to schedule content changes.
An additional feature of some video walls is the ability to mix display sizes and types. Instead of requiring a set of uniform displays, users can mix and match displays of different sizes and aspect ratio.