Video Walls Are Wall Coverings
Video walls refer to the idea that you can tile discreet displays together to get a single display surface. A single canvas if you will to present your data upon. This wall for instance is made of 12 super narrow bezel LCD panels (with an image to image gap less in the 5 mm range) creating a bright and compelling impact that is more than what can be done with a single display. And the market is changing quickly. In the past three years alone there has easy been a 50% decrease in the cost of creating a nearly seamless video wall and as the depth, weight, and complexity of deployments fall rapidly with innovations in LCD video wall technology, they are easier to deploy in more and more places. Why do you care about this trend? Larger wall surfaces allow for richer data to be presented and evaluated real-time. This is why the leading energy companies, telecommunications firms, and a growing number of corporations build control rooms like this one. We have seen fast food restaurants deploy control rooms to monitor restaurant service and quality. We have seen marketing groups put in large video walls to monitor social media campaigns and big data coming out of their ecommerce engines. The applications abound.