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Distribution With A Difference Video Walls – the choices


When it comes to specifying video walls you have a choice of technology, any one of which can be used to achieve your objectives. Our Technical Director Chris Athanasiou looks at the differences between display solutions where projection is not a viable alternative.


Indoor LED Tiles


Growing in popularity because of the sheer WOW factor they can deliver, indoor LED tiles are ideal for high ambient lighting interior applications.


LED tiles offer the following benefits:


• Silent in use and ideal where shadowing prevents use of projection • No maintenance and no lamps to change keep servicing schedules to a minimum. • Seamless display technology that can be built to any size or aspect as required. • LED supports curved applications for both convex and concave applications.


• Variety of pixel pitches available to suit the most demanding applications. The lower the pixel pitch the higher the resolution enabling greater detail to be seen in the image.


• High reliability 24/7 rated • Rich vibrant colours, calibrated for impressive uniformity


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Large Flat Panel Displays


Lighter and thinner than ever, today’s LFPDs offer an increasing capacity for large, high-resolution displays, colour accuracy, calibrated brightness, advanced connectivity, optimised workflow and high. Benefits include:-


• Low cost solution to filling large amount of wall space • Low bezel design brings seams down to as small as 3.5mm • Most video wall displays feature built in processing to save costs on video wall processor (max 3 x 3)


• Better suited than projection to high ambient lighting • Low maintenance solution, no lamps or filters to maintain • Most models rated for 24/7


Modular Cube Systems


The benefit of cube systems is that they can be formed into almost limitless sizes and shapes. Quick and fast to install, they simply click together. They are also ideal for the rental market as they can be disassembled quickly, and rebuilt into different configurations as needed.


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