Verizon Inspiration Lab
A unique design feature that Verizon wanted for their exhibition space was curved walls that featured images from both LED and projection displays. The idea behind this was to allow the displays to be either seamless or draw contrast to each other depending on what was showcased. On top of integrating two different types of displays, the content for the display had not yet been finalized, creating a more complex challenge for the team.
In order to mesh the LED and projection displays, our team needed a multi-input/output video wall processor with a lot of flexibility in terms of pixel count and control of video sources. This would aid in both merging the two types of displays as well as providing the flexibility needed to adapt to whatever content Verizon wanted to showcase. After evaluating multiple solutions, TEECOM decided that the Analog Way - Aquilon processor would work best. One of the challenges this technology addressed was dimming the LED lights to match the projection display. Another notable design feature is that the LED walls are both flexible to accommodate the curve and non-traditional sizing of the desired dimensions.
- Design and Engineering