At Christie®, we have everything you need to build dynamic and engaging video walls, from LED and LCD display options and content management solutions to fully customizable services and support from Professional Services.
With several TAA-compliant options, we also serve mission-critical control room applications, situation rooms, and large government projects.
Put our video wall solutions to work in a wide range of applications, from retail, hospitality, and education to transportation and a range of commercial applications.
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Video wall solutions can be used for many applications, including digital signage, lobbies, meeting rooms, control rooms, auditoriums, and simulation and visualization installations.
Video wall displays are also scalable, making them a perfect fit for larger installations.
There are two major types of video wall displays: LCD and LED. LCD video walls use thin bezel LCD displays arranged in a grid to create a seamless image or video display.
LED video walls use modular LED panels to create a large display area. The high brightness and contrast of LED video walls mean they are often used in indoor or high-ambient-light environments.
Both LED and LCD video wall solutions offer a great viewing experience. Determining which video wall display is best for you depends on multiple factors. Some things to consider when choosing a video wall are the installation environment and application type, the brightness required, weight, content, power management, and the total cost of investment.
A video wall offers a larger display area and supports scalable, custom configurations to fit your application.
Video wall solutions also provide more powerful resolutions and are relatively easier to service and maintain. A video wall solution always provides a more enriching viewing experience than single large displays.
A “video wall” is a complete AV solution consisting of multiple individual components. A video wall solution could include LED or LCD display tiles, power controllers, content management and processing solutions, AV distribution systems, and video wall controllers.
The combination of technology required for each video wall is designed based on what your application calls for.
A video wall controller is a hardware device that manages and controls a video wall display. The controller is responsible for processing and distributing video signals to the individual displays that make up the video wall solution.
To do this, the video wall controller takes input from various sources, such as cameras, computers, and media players, and distributes the video signal across the video wall in real time. It also enables users to simultaneously display multiple images and videos on a video wall, either as a single image or as a combination of images.
Calculating the resolution and viewing distance for your video wall system depends on several factors, including the intended use of the video wall, whether it’s an indoor or outdoor application, available space, environment, and budget.
Our calculators can help you determine the resolution and viewing distance and design a video wall for your space. Check them out:
Pixel pitch is the distance between the center of two adjacent pixels on an LED display screen. It’s typically measured in millimeters (mm) and represents the density of pixels on the screen. For example, a smaller pixel pitch indicates a higher pixel density, which results in higher resolution and sharper image quality.
Christie® LED displays are specifically designed for indoor applications. However, it is possible to create outdoor LED display solutions.