What Is Video Wall?
VideoWall is a multi-display wall created by combining multiple screens. VideoWall screens, also called frameless screens, are monitors with ultra-slim bezel which can be used in horizontal or vertical position, are suitable for use 24/7, and are specifically designed for this purpose. Depending on how the VideoWall is installed, all of the screens can either operate as a single screen, or optionally, a different content can be displayed on each screen. Configurations may also vary depending on the need or intended use. VideoWalls are given different names depending on the configuration of the screens and the usage of VideoWall.
What are VideoWall Types?
- Standard VideoWall
- Digital Art Wall
- Control Room VideoWall System
- Digital MenuBoard
Standard VideoWall is preferred in cases where the screens are generally required to operate as a single screen, created in different matrix structures with a side-by-side and one-under-the-other configuration of the screens, and where a content from an external image source is required to be shown on the entire VideoWall.
Art Wall screens are custom-made screens for customers with screen configurations that can vary depending on creativity and where screens can be configured in horizontal, vertical or diagonal format, either joined with each other or with a distance between each screen. In general, it is preferred where customers want to go beyond the standards, or where they would like a brand to shine out on the screen instead of playing a full-screen picture video on Video Wall, and where the overall intention is to create a difference.
Control Room VideoWall System
Control room monitoring screens (Scada Monitoring System) are VideoWall systems installed in operation centre rooms, which 24/7 continuously monitor important immediate data of a factory, organisation or a company. Different factors determine the number and configuration format of the screens of VideoWall. These depend on requests such as regarding the dimensions of the surface on which the VideoWall is to be installed in the control room, the viewing distances and viewing angles of the screens, the number of image source devices that will transfer data to the screens, and distribution of the data to be monitored on the screens. As per these requests and criteria, VideoWall screen configuration format is determined and suitable VideoWall controllers are used according to the requests. VideoWall controllers enable the content coming from external sources also to be projected on any point on the VideoWall.
The digital menu screens, which are mostly preferred by cafeterias and restaurants today, and which help us to decide what to eat and see the visuals and prices of the products, are called Menu Board. Menu Board screens are Video Walls that are created usually in a single row side-by-side configuration. All screens can be used as a single screen, or different content can also be displayed on each screen. According to the physical conditions of the venue and customer’s viewing angles, screens can be positioned in a joined format or alternatively it is possible to use the screens in a single row positioned horizontally or vertically