A Brightlink LED video wall is composed of many edgeless displays that are combined to work together as a single unit with a simple piece of content. The most common places that you may have seen them in everyday life are in TV studios, shopping malls, airports, in sports stadiums, large entertainment videos and outdoor festivals / concerts. Although traditional examples of video walls have always generally been tailored towards extremely large screens, new advancements in technology have made it possible to produce screens that have a great impact in smaller venues with a close range view.
This new technology is especially present in our new Brightlink LED video wall range. The benefit of using LED technology in a video wall is the ability to produce crisp and bright images. Unlike previous models that rely on backlit images, LED displays produce their bright images self-sufficiently and are able to deliver exceptionally high refresh rates. They also have a durability advantage. LEDs do not generate heat and burn out, making this the most efficient and long-lasting video wall technology the world has ever seen.
One of the main variables you will notice within our Brightlink LED video wall range is the pixel density. The pixel density is the concentration of single pixels within a display. We define this using a pitch measurement, which is how big the space is between each pixel. This is a very important metric when it comes to the intended usage of your displays. We recommend a finer pitch when viewers are going to be situated closer to the video wall. This means that you would need a finer pitch for a small display in an indoor setting, than you would for a very large display and an outdoor concert venue.
The images have to be split among the many screens using either a hardware-based controller, or a software-based PC and video card-controller. The hard-ware based controllers offer a great degree of reliability and great performance, but they are limited in terms of flexibility. They also have some difficult limitations with pixel resolution, and you wouldn’t be able to display multiple sources on your screen at the same time. A software-based PC controller includes innovative multiple-output cards, and some also come inclusive of video capture input cards. They allow you to support multiple applications and they have no pixel resolution limitations.
The Brightlink LED video walls come in four categories when it comes to material and transportability. We have Indoor and Outdoor Travel, and Indoor and Outdoor Fixed. The travel models are made from a light-weight aluminium frame, making them light-weight and easy to transport, while they also come inclusive of a flight case. The fixed models are made from an iron cabinet, making them extremely tough and durable, but heavy. They are designed for a single fixed install. The difference between the indoor and outdoor models is that the outdoor models are designed to be waterproof and they can cope with the elements with no issues at all.