What is Videowall?
Videowall is the whole multi-screen display that is created by combining multiple industrial displays. Videowall offers users unlimited possibilities in terms of field of usage and purpose. For this reason, it is preferred in many areas where it is desirable to appeal to large audiences.
The content published through Videowall, a multi-screen system that can be expanded to the desired dimensions by combining professional displays, is presented in a more remarkable and impressive way.
The use of videowall contributes to the organizations in many aspects. Offering an operational convenience and a prestigious communication platform equipped with up-to-date technology is one of them.
What are Videowall Types?
Standard Videowall is the whole of screens that are created by aligning the screens in different matrix structures side by side and one under the other, and in general, where all screens are required to act as a single screen. In a sense, the user has a giant screen consisting of multiple screens.
Standard Videowalls usually start in 2 × 2 formats and can be in much different and larger formats such as 3 × 3, 4 × 4, 4 × 3, etc.
Usually, an external video source (player, pc, etc.) is connected to all displays. Videowall screens work as a whole by sharing this content from the video source regularly and synchronously.
Videowall controllers can be connected to videowall screens as required. Videowall controllers are different devices such as videowall processor, matrix switcher, multiviewer. Each device has different capabilities and area of usage. Videowall controller preferences may also vary depending on the purpose of using Videowall and the number of video sources.
In videowall assembly and installation, the mounting apparatus may also vary depending on the usage and physical conditions of the place the videowall is to be installed.
Artwall is a customer-specific screen where the screen arrays may vary depending on creativity and where each screen is arranged in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal (diagonal) format, combined or spaced between screens.
Artwall systems are a videowall solution that provides users with a digital imaging area that they can fully customize to their needs and tastes. In this system, the user can design the screens with vertical and horizontal arrangements without limitation of the model, size, and combination and create the digital imaging area that he/she customizes to his/her needs.
This solution can be preferred when you want to bring more brands to the forefront on the screens, to go beyond the standards and to make a difference.
The layout formats of the screens may vary on customer and project basis. All screens may be the same size, or the screen sizes may vary as well. One or more of the screens that make up the Artwall can be used as portrait, while others can be used in landscape format.
Thanks to special content management software, the desired content can be published and updated remotely at the Artwall.
Control Room Videowall System
Control Room Videowall System (Scada Monitoring System) is a solution installed in the operation center rooms where a factory or institution continuously monitors the important instant data 7 days 24 hours (7/24).
The size of the surface that the videowall will be installed in the control room, the viewing distance and angle of the screens, the number of video source devices that will transmit data to the screens, the distribution of the data to be monitored on the screens determines how many screens the videowall will consist of and how the layout format will be.
Videowall controllers allow content from external sources to be reflected at any desired point in the videowall. The generated videowall and usage scenarios determine the appropriate videowall controller.
The MenuBoard system is a videowall solution that allows multiple contents to be delivered to users at specified intervals on a single screen and easily updated menu contents.
Digital MenuBoards, which are preferred for sharing campaigns, prices, and announcements, reduce the printing costs of the organization, and at the same time increase the effectiveness of the communication with the target audience.
MenuBoards, which are primarily preferred by restaurants and cafes, where the images and prices of the food and beverages in the menu are published, are generally created with a single row and side by side arrangement. All can be used as a single screen, or different content can be broadcasted on each screen as well.
Depending on the physical conditions of the space and the customer’s viewing angles, the screens can be positioned adjacent to each other, either can be located individually in portrait or landscape format.