Video Wall Processors


Brompton Boosts Low Grey Level Accuracy

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Maker of high quality processing hardware for critical LED wall applications, Brompton Technology, has updated its Tessera software to V3.4 and added has added an extra 3.3 bits of additional precision …

Tags:LED| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| Video Wall Processors| Video Walls| Virtual Sets| Visual Quality

Achieving Better Storytelling With LED Walls In News

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Broadcast Bridge reported on the increasing use of LED displays in the production of news and sports broadcasting. For example, the Opening Ceremonies for the 2022 Winter Olympics in China had …

Tags:Broadcast| LED| Video Wall Processors| Virtual Sets

Brompton Looks For Difficult Problems

by Bob Raikes

There are some companies that seem around an industry that I never seemed to catch up with, even when I was attending a lot of events. Often they are one step removed from the …

Tags:LED| Pixel Processing| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| UK (United Kingdom)| Video Wall Processors| Virtual Sets

LDM Vol 25 Issue 12 Product Roundup

by Bob Raikes

Hangar18 of Koprivnica, Croatia, has launched two LCD TVs under the Noa Vision brands with 32″ and 43″ sizes. Features highlighted include support for DVB-T2 signals and for DVR operation with external USB. The …

Tags:Blu-ray Players| Large Display Monitor| LG Electronics (LGE)| OLED TVs| Panasonic| TVs (TV Sets)| Video Wall Processors| Vol 25 - Issue 12

Ekta Combines Three Devices in One

by Tom Allen

Ukrainian company Ekta has developed a new LED video wall processor, the Ermac Ultra, with many real-time settings. It acts as an LED interface processor, AV matrix and LED video control system. The Ermac …

Tags:Display Controllers| Large Display Monitor| LED| Video Wall Processors| Video Walls| Vol 23 - Issue 28

MuraControl Compatible With New Matrox Cards

by Tom Allen

Matrox’s MuraControl video wall management software, for Windows and iPad, now supports two Matrox C-Series cards: the C900 and C680.

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Matrox| Software| Video Wall Processors| Vol 23 - Issue 22

LDM Product Roundup – Vol 23 No 19

by Tom Allen

A very low-cost laptop, which takes all of its computing power from a connected smartphone, is being launched on Kickstarter by Androminium. Called the Superbook, the unit is a laptop shell that connects to …

Tags:Aspect Ratios| Blu-ray Players| Crowdfunding (Kickstarter etc)| Large Display Monitor| Leyard| Notebooks| Philips| Planar| Smartphones| UltraHD| Video Wall Processors| Vol 23 - Issue 19

IAdea Stitches Video in China’s ‘New Manhattan’

by Tom Allen

IAdea’s AnyTiles video wall engine is being used in a 10m-wide installation in the Shanghai Hongqiao Commercial Business District, in China. 36 narrow-bezel LCD displays are being used in a 4 x 9 configuration …

Tags:China| DOOH| Large Display Monitor| Media Players| Tiled Displays| Video Wall Processors| Video Walls| Vol 23 - Issue 18

Userful Drives 6k From Single PC

by Tom Allen

Userful has developed a multi-source video wall controller, capable of driving up to 60 displays from a single PC. Userful 8.5 can support resolutions up to 6k over a standard Ethernet network. Additional features …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Video Wall Processors| Video Walls| Vol 23 - Issue 02

Barco Claims World’s Quietest Laser Projector

by Tom Allen

Barco’s space-themed stand welcomed us with big LED displays and a really immersive example of a dome projection. The X-1.6 is part of a new high-end LED display range, the X Series, that was …

Tags:Barco| Dome Projection| ISE 2015| Large Display Monitor| Laser Projectors| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| Video Wall Processors| Vol 22 - Issue 08

Matrox Powers Munich Airport FID

by Raverstead

The 72-screen flight information display at Munich Airport (Display Monitor Vol 21 No 27) is driven by Matrox’s M-Series graphics cards. Local system integrator Inonet used a combination of an M9148 quad-monitor and an …

Tags:Germany| Graphics Cards| Large Display Monitor| Video Wall Processors| Video Walls| Vol 21 - Issue 49