Space launch service provider United Launch Alliance recently upgraded its control room's capabilities with a new video wall driven by Extron XTP CrossPoint matrix switch.
Planar's HRO Series of high brightness, fine pitch LED displays, and prepackaged video walls feature high resolution and environmental durability to support close-up daylight viewing.
Extron is now shipping the Quantum Ultra Connect 84 and Quantum Ultra Connect 128 videowall processors with eight or 12 HDMI inputs for systems with up to four or eight displays.
Duke University recently opened its new Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center, which features a nearly 24-foot-long, 7-foot-high Planar LED MultiTouch video wall running T1V software.
tvONE has released updates to its CORIOmaster app, a control tool for CORIOmaster, CORIOmaster mini, and CORIOmaster micro video processing systems.
IBM recently upgraded the main auditorium display in its Thomas J. Watson Research Center to a 34-foot-wide, 1.2mm-pixel-pitch Radiance LED wall from Digital Projection.
To improve its operations management, the French National Railway Company recently built a new control tower and outfitted it with video walls with VuWall VuScape controllers.
Prysm has unveiled what it claims is the world’s largest seamless interactive display, the Prysm Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) 6K Series 225”.
Dubai International Airport recently upgraded its operations control center with a 55-screen video wall powered by RGBSpectrum's MediaWall V 4K display processor.
Analog Way's Aquilon C 4K/8K multi-screen presentation system and video wall processor was used to drive visuals for a recent major corporate event in Germany.
Extron has released XTP WindoWall, an enhancement that brings videowall capabilities to XTP Systems.
To accelerate the design process of video wall projects, VuWall is offering AV/IT integrators and consultants free project design services that include conceptual drawings and block diagrams.
VuWall2 Offered as a Free Software Download for Quick Creation of Temporary Emergency Video Wall Control Centers
Last year, global technology services company NTT opened a new intelligent workplace in New York that prominently features a 12-foot-long, 7-foot-high Planar Clarity Matrix Video Wall System.
As enterprises look for new ways to improve productivity and reduce costs, one area rapidly growing is the more strategic use of video and visual communications.