Shopping around for a new display can be confusing. At first glance, it may seem as though there are tons of different kinds of video wall displays, let alone brands. How are you supposed to choose between Direct View LED, LED Wall, LED Screen, or a standard Video Wall? Well the truth is, these are all different names for the same thing. Rather than getting hung up on the name for the overall display, what’s important is understanding the parts behind these screens, so that you can get the best bang for your buck. At TrueBlue Exhibits, we have experts that can walk you through the entire process to find a dynamic display that fits your exact needs. To make things a little, easier, however, we’ve put together a run-down on what exactly makes up a “video-wall,” regardless of what name you use for it.
Many Parts Make Up the Whole
The most common form of video wall is a tiled series of displays that, when placed adjacently, make up a single screen that not only has higher resolution than traditional single screens, but is also brighter and more dynamic. While some video walls are made with LCD displays or even projection boxes, tiled LED Screen allow businesses to create seamless displays at massive scales, present their images on a curved surface, or even incorporate 3D designs into their visual canvas.
Behind the Scenes
To make this all possible, however, the video wall relies on two very important components: the video controller hardware and the video wall software. The video controller is crucial as it accepts your various video formats, whether it be digital footage or even a live feed, then displays them in the manner and orientation desired. That means you can have multiple display sources showing images on a single video wall. It essentially turns the many screens that make up your video wall into a single blank page that you can fill in accordance with your business’ unique needs.
The software, on the other hand, is how you, as the user, are able to do all of this. It is a single dashboard where users can view the display in real time, make adjustments, or even pre-arrange display programming so that your display can work while you focus on more important tasks.
Trust the Experts
Picking an LED display that fits your needs is difficult. Luckily, we’re there to help. From designing incredible walk-in video-hallways, to installing giant screens in concert halls, we’ve seen it all. Our consultants can walk you through the basics, get a feel for your needs and budget, and help you find the LED display options that work for your business.