Since their not so humble beginnings in 1980s, video projection and multi-image displays have always vied for the viewer’s attention. In 1985, the first multi-image video display was imagined and realized. Resolute innovators combined two complementary projectors side by side with two videotape recorders synchronized in time. Limitations were inevitable. But a lot has changed in 30 years. Today, Fearing’s Audio Video Security combines expertise and innovation to deliver video wall technology to their clients which dazzles, attracts and keeps the attention of intended audiences and customers.
A video wall, a unique combination of high-quality LED displays or direct LED tiles offering various interactive capabilities in a large-screen visualization, is at the vanguard of Fearing’s AV expertise. As always, in keeping up with cutting-edge technology trends, there are many advantages and capabilities Fearing’s can provide through specific video wall installs.
From anti-glare screens to near perfect color, high end systems are able to provide seamless video optimization that’s powerful and visually superior. With the proper design, intuitive user interfaces and proper installation, this complex video wall platform can be operated with ease by anyone and act as one large display or can be as intricate as a large multi-window configurable system.
Video walls are also enhancing consumer entertainment. With the task to create a spy-like experience for customers the moment they walk through the password-protected doors, Fearing’s achieved the revolutionary dining experience SafeHouse was hoping for.
As a creative and vastly diverse nightclub and restaurant tailored to a futuristic spy theme, The SafeHouse Chicago project presented Fearing’s with some thrilling challenges to create an extraordinary experience centered largely around technology, including interactive video displays and other responsive technology. Many video panels were installed throughout the venue, with one floor to ceiling direct LED video wall that can be configured for several different uses in the space.
The integrated architecture and digital media display of a video wall is an opportunity for businesses to not just tell but show your story. Facilitating new forms of education and communication, video walls are being installed in a variety of locations such as universities, public museums, and state-of-the-art conference rooms at prices more companies can now afford.
A highly flexible IP based system that allows SafeHouse staff to interrupt and reroute or change programs at a touch of a button was designed to allow them to adapt and reconfigure the audio and video experience on the fly. Because SafeHouse is located in Chicago and the experience has extensive networked components, Fearing’s designed a system that also offered the ability for remote management and fast fixes remotely over the internet.
Fearing’s designs and installs a variety of digital surfaces and video walls, from which Fearing’s designers and engineers will find the best solution for individual clients. One size does not fit all. From indoor to outdoor displays, to bright commercial screens to all types of direct LED panels with different pixel pitches for LED video walls, Fearing’s has the solution.
Whether you’re looking for a conference center that delivers large, high-resolution images with bright vibrant lights or simply wanting the “large TV” experience, the application purposes of video walls are limitless.
If you are considering options for your projection needs or an interactive video display, give us a call to see if a video wall might be the best solution for your business.