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 Video walls were developed in the early 1980s, where 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



A video wall consists of multiple computer 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






Benefits of LCD Video Wall

Higher content quality

The quality of sizable content is, without a doubt, one primary reason for the existence of videowalls. This platform allows for higher resolutions than ever before as the resolution itself increases with each individual display added to this digital puzzle.

Durable, with variable processing power

Video Walls are made to be more than just a large screen. In fact, most videowall systems are designed to be durable and active for longer periods of time.Unlike projectors, video walls neither contain parts that are consumed over time nor do they require frequent maintenance. In essence, a video wall system is designed to function 24/7 with minimal maintenance needs. Meanwhile, the projector may be cheaper and simpler to install, but it requires downtime after a certain period of activity, and it also occasionally needs a bulb replacement.

Useful for any industry

A video wall can be of terrific use for any organization or industry as it allows for content to be displayed in an extraordinary fashion and more efficiently than a standard digital display. However, certain environments can benefit from them more than others.

Life size screen view can be an excellent advantage in a video wall for training centres, educational institutes as well as conference centres, giving the pleasure of vivid quality of pictures, videos and presentations