Digital displays are becoming increasingly popular in the field of advertising and presentation. Screens have been enlarged to attract more attention, but larger screens mean high costs. Multivisions are a more cost-effective and popular alternative to larger screens.
Multivision uses thin-frame displays designed specifically for video walls, where the gap between the screens is minimal. However, they are more expensive than ordinary displays (with a wider frame) and more difficult to install. The feature of multivisions is that they maintain the same aspect ratio as the original video, while only expanding the width and height of the screen (ie the displays are arranged in matrices 2×2, 3×3, 4×4, etc.). Multivisions are large enough to attract viewers, but they do not create an engaging and unique impression.
An innovation in the multi-vision segment is the video wall consisting of screens of various sizes positioned at various angles. With this type of atypical display system, you need to reprocess the content and change the angle. This makes content editing more expensive, which means you can’t refresh content as often as you’d like.