A video wall can offer a dynamic and highly engaging visual experience for your viewers. However, before you even being to install, you have to plan way in advance before setting up your video wall.
The first thing to consider is where the video wall will be displayed. The size of the space and its surroundings will determine the size of the video wall. If you decide to go beyond a traditional video wall and do something that requires more power, a video wall controller may be your best option. It will offer more power and flexibility behind the screens.
Second, consider the type of digital signage video wall you would like to choose. Many organizations want to do something unique and fancy, but it may not necessarily be the best option for their business. If the culture of your company encourages creativity and thinking outside the box, it may be a good idea to try an artistic or mosaic-style look. A company that encourages professionalism may prefer to go with a more traditional, grid-like look. No matter what you choose, consider what would be the best method of getting your messages out there.
Third, consider how to get power and data connectivity to your screens. In addition, video walls need to be properly mounted and secured as well as receive proper cabling. Keep in mind that video walls are meant to be in areas with high traffic areas, such as in the lobby of a casino or hotel. It not only offers relevant messages, but has a powerful method of communication that goes beyond just a regular digital signage screen.