A video wall helps project a college’s brand, projects information quickly and makes a school stand out
When Raven Industries needed a cutting edge video display system for ITS corporate lobby IT called on Christie and ITS MicroTile technology. The angled display system highlights the company’s mission to stay on the forefront of technological advancement.
A look at why video walls are becoming a prominent medium today, and why they will become more prominent in colleges across the country
See how choosing video wall technology helped the Wharton School to navigate space constraints while providing a low total cost of ownership.
Christie FHD461-X ultra-narrow bezel, 46-inch, LCD flat panel digital signage display for space-limited installations such as signage in museums, universities, corporate spaces and retail environments, as well as monitoring applications such as security and surveillance.
Innovative Video Walls Redefine Northeastern University Admissions. The iPad-controlled interactive video wall in Northeastern’s new Visitor Center earned consultant Cavanaugh Tocci honorable mention in the 2013 Integration Awards presented by CI and TD.
InfoComm 2013 video walls included projection mapping from Christie Digital and Vivitek might top the most memorable aspects of the show, but the amazing video walls on hand will also leave a lasting impression.
Vendors are now offering less expensive displays that work together to form a video wall. Vendors such as NEC Displays, Planar, Sony, Christie, LG Electronics, NanoLumens, Mitsubishi and Intermedia Touch are all developing the latest products.
A giant 3D video wall is drawing big crowds to LG’s booth in the Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center at CES 2013.
The 46-inch X463UN features LED backlighting and a full 1080p HD image.