Video walls are getting big – not only in their overall popularity, but in the volume of interest and business for companies that deliver solutions.
To a casual observer, the principal issues surrounding video walls are cost and the width of the seams that create noticeable grid lines in video walls. Costs are coming down and those seams (or bezels) are steadily slimming.
But what’s just as important – and rarely given the same attention except by the expertise – is the gear that’s driving images on to those big, beautiful walls of LCD and plasma glass. Great executions happen, in no small part, because of technology on the other side of these walls. Continue reading