Video walls, in many use cases, are no more than a giant digital signage solution. But the large canvas it provides also makes for more complexity. Multiple screens are involved, specialized mounting is typically needed, and ultimately, content is king to use the large signage wisely.
A successful video wall is a mix of using the right technology and designing the right content that leverages the technology. Just like a pickup truck isn’t the right vehicle to do the oval at Phoenix International Raceway, you want to match your LED wall technology to the needs of your content and the content to the capabilities of your Arizona LED wall. Keep reading for three best practices to keep in mind for your next video wall project.
Video walls are a popular way to convey information, tell a story, and engage an audience with a multimedia presentation. Not only can they be used indoors in office lobbies, retail stores, or large meeting spaces, but they can also go outdoors on an even bigger canvas.
Whenever you take electronic technology outdoors, you have some different things to consider. Naturally, weather resistance is the first thing that will come to mind. But there are quite a few other questions you should consider as well. Keep reading below to learn more about what you should think about as you plan your outdoor LED video wall project in Phoenix, AZ.
It’s no secret that retail sales at brick and mortar stores are losing ground every year to online shopping. With the ongoing pandemic, brick and mortar retail is hurting even more and may experience more fallout. Is physical retail dying? No, but just as technology has reshaped the shopping experience online, technology can invigorate the physical shopping experience too.
While shopping for sundries and household needs might be easier to do online, shopping for fashion, cosmetics, and other fine goods that appeal to more than the visual sense is still a more pleasurable experience in person. In Scottsdale, shopping centers like the Fashion Square, Kierland Commons, and more cater to an upscale shopping experience. But retailers may need to adopt solutions to create more differentiated shopping opportunities in-store to get people away from screens at home.
What might be such a solution? Interestingly enough, it involves more screens, big screens, and many of them. Read on for suggestions on how to liven up physical shopping settings in Scottsdale with video wall displays.
Video walls are a coordinated set of displays used for specific applications. Given that security monitoring in a commercial or operations environment typically involves multiple feeds, security and surveillance is an excellent application for LED video walls. One reason why is that it can be much easier to route video signals to multiple smaller displays than multiplexing them onto a single large display.
This blog will cover some ways multi-screen video walls can enable some novel approaches to security monitoring in your Tempe, AZ, operation. Keep reading for more!
There are some basic, fundamental questions that get asked time and time again about video walls. So the team at Level 3 Audiovisual has written this quick "10 step video wall buying guide"; in hopes it can help clear the air on some of your video wall questions.
Broadcast TV video walls can be seen on just about any channel nowadays. Whether it’s a red carpet event, a news station, sports, or a game show. Video walls are becoming common place in broadcast television and interacting with them is now a common occurrence.