Our video walls accommodate multiple high-definition displays driven by a tablet running a dedicated control app. Through the tablet, operators can select individual or multiple displays to instantly play digital content through intuitive drag and drop actions.
All our video walls are powered by control software that runs on commercial computer workstations. Therefore, the video wall’s functionality, size, and geometry can be easily updated without the need to purchase expensive hardware. Live video input options with resizable video-in-video capability provides a fully flexible and modular solution.
Vodafone’s 10,000 square feet Experience Center in their Milan headquarters was designed by Sensing Places for customer groups to be taken on a guided journey via a staff member. They wanted video walls that could quickly display selected and relevant video content.
Sensing Places built software and created a UI for one computer to control video walls made up of 4 and 12 monitors. The UI was integrated into the digital media and ambient control system that was also created for Vodafone.
Software control of multiple cameras whose image appears on the video wall as either a full image or partial overlap was also built. This enabled Vodafone to control the size of the image and its position on the video wall.
The main video wall features included:
<strong>1. Multi-display Control.</strong> Vodafone staff were able to control a video wall made up of 12 monitors, each with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, using only one tablet.
<strong>2. Camera Control.</strong>A tablet was able to control the cameras around the video wall by zooming in and out, changing the brightness, and turning them on and off.
<strong>3. Image Control.</strong> The camera images displayed on the screen were also controlled by the tablet. The camera image can be shrunk or enlarged, moved across different monitors, and displayed as a video feed.