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Top 5 Uses for a Video Wall
All content looks better on the big screen, or should we say screens. There is no comparison between a regular digital sign and an entire video wall which guarantees to get your content noticed.
Why do companies invest in video walls? Each has their own needs for their video wall deployment. Based on which content needs to be communicated, they work with their digital signage solution provider to decide which video wall use will work best. Here are the five most common uses for video walls:
1. Full-Screen Visuals
It’s no surprise that this use is the most obvious, as well as the most popular. Video walls impress viewers with large scale graphics or videos displayed on multiple screens , creating a digital visual that goes beyond the current size of a single sign display. Contemporary lobbies can project stunning visuals that even include live TV onto their video walls.
2. Data Communications
These deployments are popular in airports and manufacturing sites where charts of data are constantly displayed. Flight times and status reports become easier to spot and read when spaced out over multiple High Definition screens. Video walls also aid in displaying data because it is able to show large amounts of information that is visible to many people at the same time.
3. One Source Per Screen
Multiple screens means multiple content outlets. Showing different content per display can be incredibly helpful in corporations that utilize the signs for presentations. Content can be triggered to change from mobile devices. The best part is most of these deployments only require one player!
Bring your viewers into a virtual reality where they can interact with their surroundings. Embedding touchpoints into the signage content takes your video wall from flat to an immersive world.
5. Social Media Boards
Have social media accounts to promote your organization? Bring that content into your site via social media boards. Video walls display multiple social media feeds at once , allowing viewers to see posts from the site of their choice.
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