The Growing Need for LED Walls

Organizations have been looking for a very big visual solution that could display multimedia content to large crowds of people for a long time for a range of purposes, including commerce, digital signage, events, education, command and control, houses of worship, and others. Although there have been a number of choices developed over time, each had its own drawbacks that limited its usefulness.


High-end digital projectors were essentially the sole option until approximately 15 years ago for delivering enormous, bezel-free imagery to sizable crowds. Projectors worked best in dimly lit lecture halls and theaters but underperformed in other applications for a variety of reasons.

·       Lamp failure and replacement expenses

·       shadows cast by things and persons

·       saturation of color and absence of black

·       fading radiance with time

·       difficult installation

While the correct conditions make projected images seem fantastic and satisfy the need for a large display, many individuals sought to get beyond its limitations.


LCD displays do incredibly well in smaller spaces like huddle spaces, lobbies, and small to medium-sized conference rooms where there is more ambient light. They also continue to thrive in these settings today. However, they too face difficulties, chiefly the fact that they are not quite physically adequate for events.

LCD Video Walls

These video walls are made up of multiple huge LCD monitors that have been expertly arranged to display one or several distinct content sources at once. In applications like control rooms, where ultra-high resolution is crucial, they continue to be quite popular.

The fine pixel pitch led walls about 11 years ago, LED video walls first appeared on the market.

They possessed LEDs that were sufficiently close together to look excellent from ostensibly close viewing distances, were enormous, brilliant, and had no discernible seams or shadows. Their design puzzled observers, who questioned how the on-screen image could persist when someone physically removed a module or section of the display. Unlike a projector, the LEDs did not throw a shadow when someone walked by or were reflected off of a wall. Like LCD video walls, there were no lines on the screen to divert visitors.

And they could grow to any size you desired. As people discovered this technology might just be able to address their most difficult AV needs that previous technology could not LED video walls attracted attention and "oohs."

Fine pitch LED walls are here to stay. It is now a tested technology that is constantly improving thanks to improvements and advancements. You can now afford it as well.