Video Wall Benefits and Solutions
A video wall consists of multiple computer or television monitors tiled or overlapped to form what appears to be one large screen. Common display technologies used include Direct View LED arrays, LCD panels, and rear projection systems. This setup typically results in thick divider lines, or bezels, that usually significantly reduce the video wall’s viewable area. Though some monitor manufacturers have taken steps to reduce them, it is impossible to completely eliminate them. At the end of the day, these multiple screen setups still look like several TVs next to each other.
A Bit of History
Digital signage video walls were developed in the early 1980s. The monitors were often televisions or CRTs, making the gap between the screens very noticeable. “Image splitting,” a technique that used an even number of monitors to show pieces of a single image or message was adequate at best but important parts of that image or message were often missing because of the thickness of the bezels. The technology slowly improved through the 90s and early 2000s but one aspect remained constant: Bezels, no matter how thin, were simply distracting.
Enter The One-Screen LED Solution
Video Wall technology should enhance your advertising and message, not get in the way. NanoLumens high resolutions one screen digital displays are easy to install, made to fit your space, and offer brilliant image quality that’s eye catching and effective – and NO BEZELS! Revolutionize your digital display experience with a fine pitch visualization solution from NanoLumens. LED displays are often in conference rooms, transportation hubs, control rooms and stadiums – locations where up-close viewing is required. Don’t leave your display solution to just any company. For more information on NanoLumens fine pitch high resolution LED displays, download our free white paper.