When it comes to making a statement and getting people to pay attention to your message, a video wall can certainly hold on its own in the world of communications. Of course, every business and brand that uses video wall technology will do so a bit differently.
The following are a few innovative video wall examples from very different types of organizations:
Innovation Center at the University of Charleston
In the last weeks of 2016, the University of Charleston in West Virginia completed a $16.5 million, two-year-long construction upgrade project. Among the areas that received attention from this endeavor was the brand new Innovation Center.
In an effort to enhance students’ sports-watching experiences, the university added a 3×3 digital display that’s centrally located in the entertainment hub of the new addition. The goal of this huge screen is to optimize communal enjoyment of various athletic events on the attention-grabbing LCD screens.
In addition to sports-focused broadcasts, U of Charleston has taken advantage of its digital signage solutions to relay important school information, allowing for easy communication between staff, students, and faculty.
CNN’s Addition to ‘The Situation Room’
When big news networks make changes to their sets, it’s usually a big deal. Turner’s CNN held true to this idea when the network decided to add LED video walls to The Situation Room earlier this month.
The Washington D.C. studio now includes three small pixel pitch LED displays, which come together to create a moving image of history by way of a video wall.
In this situation, it wasn’t just important for the displays to look good to people who could see the screens directly; they had to translate perfectly through the lens of a television camera under various angles and lighting.
Apple’s Most Recent Fruitful Marketing Endeavor
Technology giant Apple is well known for breaking barriers and creating conversations. In early 2016, the company unveiled a custom 37′ display as a way of introducing audiences to the next-generation Apple Store in Memphis, Tennessee.
Naturally, people expect Apple to make big things out of even the most ordinary of moments. When it came to unveiling a focal point of epic proportions, the company certainly did not disappoint.
Are you looking for video wall inspirations or other innovative digital signage ideas? Be sure to look at our iGotcha Media blog for tons of other brilliant ways to use this type of computerized communication!
iGotcha Media is a digital interactive studio specialized in building memorable screen-based customer experiences. Solutions include screens, interactive kiosks, video walls, RFID technology, audience-measurement technology, wayfinding and payment solutions and in-store audio. We help our clients creatively communicate their value propositions. With offices in Montreal and Toronto, iGotcha Media's clients include Birks, Browns Shoes, Cirque du Soleil, Groupe Touchette, Loto-Québec, National Bank of Canada, Nissan Canada, Reebok, Rona, Toronto Congress Centre and VIA Rail Canada.