Video Wall FAQ
“Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions”
Your Questions Answered Below
Yes, it does. There are different considerations when a video wall is to be installed indoors vs outdoors. For example, a concert stage environment where the video walls are packed away after the event would have different considerations than a video wall in a hospital where the equipment never moves after installation.
You can broadcast many different types of content and formats, eg video, MP3 audio, graphic files, and slide graphics. This is accomplished with our Content Delivery System (Mac & Windows-friendly) that uses a PC or a Media Player to deliver the content to the Video Walls.
Touch Screens add an entirely different variable to the mix and will be part of our discovery with you.
Typically, we consult our clients with the end-user/viewer experience in mind and work backward. Knowing if your content is “informational text” or “interactive images” informs us what hardware and software are needed to reach your desired outcomes. This “content-first” approach really helps our customers achieve the best outcomes, unlike the “hardware-first” method that most of our endearing competitors focus on.
Aspect ratio and resolution are important factors to consider when broadcasting digital assets.
Resolution: 1920×1080 is the resolution that we accommodate.
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 aspect ratio is what we accommodate Think of a normal TV screen or YouTube video format, and not an Instagram video.
Quality screens like LCD Monitors/LED Tiles playback content only as good as the source. The higher the quality of your video or graphics, the better it will appear.
If your content is mission-critical, eg NASA, government, or golf #fore #holeinone, then the finest pitch LED tiles are your “game” #score.
Viewing distance also plays an important role. Note that you can get a finer picture with an LED tile than an LCD monitor.
It depends. Is your outdoor space a wide-open area or is it more of a tighter courtyard where most viewing will be done within that 15-20’ distance?
Ambient light (or light sources) also plays a role. Sunlight source or direction for indoor/outdoor spaces are also a consideration.
There is a video wall system for almost every budget, starting from $30,000. The sky is the limit with video wall systems, depending on the use case and immersive experience desired.