Video-walls with touch interactivity is on its way. As a first step in this process now supplies its 46″, 47″ and 55″ ultra-narrow bezel video-wall display modules with the all important protective glass front. The 3mm soda lime glass with AR (anti-reflective) coating is bonded using a temperature cured silicon with a refractive index to match the display to ensure the best visual results.
Optical bonding optimizes the visual clarity of the displays as it eliminates any internal air-gap that would lead to internal reflections then the AR coating further reduces reflections on the front of the display. The operational temperature range of the silicon bonding material is -50C to +150C, furthermore the bonding is repairable.
Video-walls continue to increase in popularity especially with the growth in public digital signage and this has also attracted demand for interactivity using large format touch solutions. These high reliability displays are designed and assembled in the Digital View NRTL approved facility, south Silicon Valley.
In early April 2014 we will be announcing our video-wall touch options.
Note: This post was revised with updated information on 21 March 2014
To make the relocation of video-wall modules, for example when exhibiting at trade shows and other events, we have designed and made video wall module cases as shown.
Flat panel displays such as LCD (or LED as they are incorrectly called in consumer products) are exciting, they have enabled a revolution after revolution in all manner of devices, but they are also exciting as a medium for art and self expression.
We put together a sizable showroom in our Morgan Hill facility where we design and assemble all our large screen display products as a venue for people to see some of what is possible. Our goal is to provide inspiration for video artists, display system users and developers alike.
On show in September we have convex curved video displays, these look great with wide angle video footage such as may be taken with a GoPro Hero3, there are video-walls using near seamless ultra-narrow bezel displays, an LCD table which features the mesmerizing and omni-directional video art of Anne Spalter and more.
Over the coming months we will be featuring even more so please come back for updates.