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November 2, 2016 | POSTED BY Jodie Paradis
What to consider when building your Video Wall
David Haynes, a consultant for digital signage for some of the world’s largest brands, gives three criteria to consider when building a video wall.
Go seamless –
The smaller the outer bevel on the screen is the more seamlessly they will stack together. This will allow you to tile the screens together to make a large unified display.
Make your content management easy –
Video wall solutions can require complicated processors to make the multiple screens into a single functioning unit. Make sure your video wall display has onboard video wall processing that gives you these functions out of the box.
Make setup and ongoing management easy –
Color-calibrating screens can be an unexpected hassle, but making sure all your screens are consistent in color and brightness is key to creating the effect of a single screen. Haynes recommends Samsung’s video wall solution that uses a color management chipset that keeps the screens looking the same.
Check out this video from Samsung that shows these features in action: