Video Wall Buyers Guide: Everything You Need to Know

Author Christine Viera

Buying Guide for Video Walls

Video Walls have a large, vibrant, engaging digital canvas that’s great for sharing content, displaying beautiful artwork, communicating information, and making spaces come alive. They allow you to create an immersive, memorable experience for your visitors across different types of spaces—lobbies, conference spaces, meeting rooms, and community areas.

Some think of video walls as complex IT projects or vast “Times Square” displays that are only available to those with million-dollar budgets. The truth is that video walls are accessible for a wide variety of different uses and budgets.

Simply speaking, a video wall is a large digital canvas on which content is displayed. In some cases, this is an 85-inch single display. In most cases, it is either multiple Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) displays or light-emitting diode (LED) panels all working together for a unified experience with crystal-clear clarity that is literally eye-catching.

The power of today’s video wall is that it allows you to create a large digital experience using increasingly standard hardware and software solutions. Today’s technology has become far easier to deploy and maintain, but it still takes smart decision-making to get a video wall that can stand the test of time and usage. Just like buying a car, it’s important to be informed about the important design, technology, and implementation choices that could change the impact of your video walls and ownership experience.

Download the guide to learn key criteria for choosing the right size, features, and fit for your Video Wall.

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