Your video wall display purchase is probably going to be more about the cost or return on investment, (though these factors are important), it’s also about making sure that the technology best fits your use case. The objective is to find the most suitably seamless visual experience for your audience and goals.
We’re here to help you ask the right questions and, eventually, find the right solutions when it comes to a video wall display.
Screen size and the number of panels
Before you buy your video wall display, you’ll have to understand the scale of the screen you want. The solution to this will significantly affect which video wall display you choose (and how many panels you’ll require).
Your choice will depend on how and where your video wall display will be used. It will also be determined by the space you have vacant. You should also contemplate what you will be displayed on the screens and how the video will look on changing screen sizes.
A mixture of all these factors will help you decide the size and number of panels you need. Before you make your acquisition, you need to ask:
- What size would be best for the unique necessities of my business? And what positioning (i.e. portrait or landscape)?
- What products offered would work best in the space I’m working with, and would a custom installation be even more effective?
- Do I need expert assistance in designing my video wall or modifying my display?
Panel quality and visual performance
It’s sensible to assume that if you want a video wall, you want one that is good quality and does well. We all want our video wall to look good, but what does that really mean?
When buying a video wall, you want to get high resolution, high definition panels with contrast ratios of 3,000 or beyond, a wide color gamut, and high brightness.
A higher contrast ratio is the most part important if you need viewers of your video wall to see specifics, such as shadows, dark backgrounds, and fine text. This is mainly important if your video wall display is in bright ambient light conditions like the lack of contrast becomes even more pronounced and its incapability to show deep blacks leads to the pictures looking washed-out.
If you’re interested in buying or renting a video wall display, contact us for further info on our kiosks, touch tables, or video display and how we can modify them to your requirements.
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