Video walls are becoming more common every day, replacing large photos and even priceless works of art as the centerpieces of corporate headquarters, retail stores, schools, sports stadiums, TV studios and even government offices.
We’ve seen recently some unique and unexpected places where integrators are installing video walls, evidence that customers are more than ever relying on technology to deliver messages to people in eye-catching, attention-grabbing ways that make them think about things in different ways.
While video walls were once almost exclusively the domain of retail operations, today there are museums and aquariums that use them to enhance the subject matter or even to immerse visitors in the experience and the technology.
And, as far as video walls have come in recent years, and as many new applications as we’ve seen for them lately, surely there are more creative uses to come as 4K gives way to 8K and resolution becomes even sharper.
We can only imagine the types of video walls and the ways they’ll be used on the InfoComm 2017 show floor in a few weeks in Orlando. If you’re not installing video walls somewhere for someone today, chances are you will be at some point in the future, or at least working on a project where a video wall is the unquestioned centerpiece of the installation.
As you might expect, the InfoComm training schedule includes quite a few options for those looking to find out more about the wonder of video walls and cool ways you can add them to a project if they’re not already being considered.
We’ve highlighted a few of our favorite video walls from this year here. Let us know if we’re missing one of your favorites, since we’re always looking to highlight the great work of integrators everywhere.
Before you jump to our slideshow, though, check out what Mike Kilian, senior director of business development at Mvix, says about ways you can maximize your profits on digital signage and video wall projects.