Video walls can create stunning centerpieces for a variety of spaces. LED video displays can transform any environment, but you may become overwhelmed when you look at all the options on the market. There are many elements to consider when selecting video screens, including indoor vs outdoor, pixel pitch, front vs rear serviceability, and shape. If you aren’t sure where to start, PixelFLEX™ has products to fit every need.

So Many Video Wall Options—Where to Start

To get started, it’s essential to understand the basics. Here are some fast facts you should know:

  • An LED (light emitting diode) is a semiconductor device that emits visible light when an electric current passes through it.
  • LEDs require much less power than other types of screens powered by incandescent lamps, offering greater efficiency and a longer lifespan.
  • Indoor LED screens have wide-viewing angles, no color shifts, and have a smooth appearance from a short distance.
  • Outdoor LEDs are weather-proof, very bright, and are ideal for longer viewing distances.
  • Brightness is a key element in designing your video wall and is measured by nits. Indoor LEDs typically have 1000-1500 nits while outdoor LEDs have 2000-3000 nits. A nit is almost 3.5 times brighter than a LUX, the measurement of brightness used by projector screens.
  • Pixel pitch is another important part of LED selection. Pixel pitch is the physical distance from the center of one pixel to the next, measured in millimeters. The higher the number, the fewer pixels, and lower resolution. Depending on viewing distance, you’ll need to determine the right pixel pitch for optimal resolution. A general rule is 3.28 feet per 1mm of resolution.
  • Cost and budget are always a consideration. LEDs have a higher initial investment than projectors but last much longer.

Finding the Right Video Wall Equipment for Your Project

If you aren’t an AV expert, selecting the right LED video wall may seem difficult. It’s important to educate yourself on the basics of LED screens, as provided above. This gives you a foundation to begin your search. As you work with those that have specific expertise, like PixelFLEX, you’ll know the right questions to ask about pixel pitch, brightness, and longevity.

To narrow down your selection, ask these questions:

  • How will you use the display? Does it need to be the central element in a setting? Or is it a backdrop?
  • Are you using the displays inside or outside?
  • Will it be viewed from long or short distances?
  • How will it be mounted? Does the area require a certain shape or curvature of the screen?

Depending on your answers, you can narrow down exactly what you need to bring your ideas to life.

Products for Every Video Wall

PixelFLEX has a large variety of award-winning LED displays. We can create nearly any size or shape screen required. From indoor to outdoor to curved configurations, there’s a perfect product for every installation.

You may have specific goals for your video walls—attracting attention, upselling, increasing curb appeal—and our team of experienced professionals will help you reach that goal. As a full-service LED provider, we collaborate with customers creatively to ensure the best experience.

It can be challenging to capture the attention of your customers and visitors. LED walls can help. These large scale, high-resolution digital displays make an impression that’s difficult to ignore. But an LED wall is a significant investment, so savvy buyers are seeking ways to lower costs without sacrificing quality or wasting time throughout the buying process.

Quality, Timeline, and Budget Affect One Another

The Project Management Triangle, also known as the Triple Constraint or Iron Triangle, has been used to represent the constraints of project management since at least the 1950s. In language simple enough to fit on a T-shirt, it can be summarized as “Fast, cheap, or good…pick any two.” When it comes to LED walls, that philosophy implies that if you want an inexpensive display quickly, it won’t be of good quality. And if you want high quality at a low price, you’ll have to wait. In reality, this model is a bit too simplistic, since these three factors are not measured as absolute “good” or “bad” choices, but on a sliding scale. All three considerations are important, so finding the right solution for your unique situation is a balancing act.

Balancing the Three Sides of the Triangle

If you’re operating under both a tight timeline and budget, don’t expect your supplier to design a high-end LED wall for you. Lead times on large LED displays are typically much longer than other types, and high-resolution displays are obviously more expensive. If you have a longer timeline and a more generous budget, however, you have more options available to you, depending on the size, content type, and installation desired. If you want high-quality with a quick turnaround, however, be prepared to pay the big bucks. If you don’t have a budget in mind or have no idea what the associated costs might be, have a conversation with your supplier. They can help establish a theoretical budget, the details of which can be finessed as your needs become more evident. Working from the timeline and budget side can help point you toward the best quality solution for your unique situation.

Maximize Your LED Wall Budget

Like anything, you get what you pay for with digital displays. Manufacturers continue to push the envelope in an effort to create an ever-finer display. The lower the pixel pitch, the closer individual pixels are to each other and the higher the resolution. A decade ago, 10mm to 20mm pitches were standard, but today pixel pitches of one millimeter or less are not uncommon. Before choosing a high-resolution LED wall, a buyer should consider how they will use the display. First, consider how far away viewers will typically be. A good rule of thumb is to multiply the pixel pitch times ten to get the approximate viewing distance in feet. Any higher resolution would largely be a waste of money. Also, consider buying older technology. What was deemed high-resolution a year or two ago may be regarded as “old hat” by techies today, but may be perfectly acceptable for your use – and sold at a big discount. Finally, look for manufacturers who are creating standardized displays that allow you to easily upgrade in the future as more powerful technology becomes more affordable.

Consider the Following When Budgeting Your Project:

  • Time affects everything – Leave yourself enough time to do thorough research so you can buy the right product for your solution. A lot of LED manufacturers can have lead times that vary anywhere from 30 to 90 days. If you need to rush, additional charges may be incurred.
  • What are you trying to accomplish? – This seems like a fairly simple question. However, it can influence the product, pitch, and other processing variables you choose, which, in turn, significantly affect the price of your LED video display solution. Do you really need the highest resolution pitch on the market, or can you move down to a slightly lower resolution to accomplish the same thing and potentially save thousands of dollars?
  • Think through content and playback before you purchase – This is often the most overlooked aspect of any LED video display build. Ultimately, your display is only as good as your input source. Having quality content and the right media server in place will help maximize your investment.
  • Pick a provider you trust and asks the right questions from the beginning – A great LED manufacturer with strong partnerships with integrators and designers can save you money in the long term. Whether through its warranty and service or presales engineering and support, a partner offering these features can catch a lot of things upfront that could end up costing you money later.

PixelFLEX Can Help

PixelFLEX® is an American-based LED manufacturer that offers creative solutions, reliable products, and dependable service for their industry-leading LED display technologies. PixelFLEX® delivers one-of-a-kind designs for your tour, event, or installation through their award-winning line of LED video walls and video screens. PixelFLEX® will work with you to identify your project goals and needs and create a display that meets your quality, timeline, and budget constraints. To find digital solutions on a smart budget, visit https://pixelflexled.com/products/.

Deploying a digital signage network on any scale can be a long, involved process for a business. However, spending the bulk of their time and effort selecting hardware and software solutions and comparing the benefits of various content providers means customers may miss a critical aspect of the process: the installation. This is where an experienced integrator can prove invaluable. Contracting the services of an accomplished integrator will help guarantee quality installation and service over the life of an LED display, ensuring the long-term success of digital signage projects.

How to Choose a Great Integrator

An integrator’s job is to create a system that works and meets requirements, delivered on time and on budget. But that’s just the beginning. A truly great integrator goes the extra mile, translating business requirements into superior technology solutions with a long lifespan. The process begins with excellent communication skills. A skilled integrator will listen, learning the unique issues the client faces and the distinct needs of the viewing audience. The integrator should not simply be an order taker. Rather, the integrator should have the expertise to determine both the current requirements of the project as well as future goals, advise the customer about existing and upcoming technology, and then recommend a future-proof solution that will scale as technology and business needs evolve. This will help save money and effort over time while guaranteeing many years of productive use out of this significant investment. Finally, an integrator serves as a trusted partner for the long haul, providing ongoing support as systems need to be refreshed and updated.

A Great Integrator Makes for a Stress-Free Installation Process

Installing a digital display is a lot more complicated than setting up a home entertainment system; therefore, clients should work with an integrator with experience in the many nuances of digital signage. At the minimum, a digital signage network that has been improperly installed or set-up will deliver something less than what the end-user had hoped for, leading to constant frustration—as well as an ever-mounting price tag—as troubleshooters try to track down issues and correct them. At worst, a system could prove a safety hazard in violation of various building codes. In short, hiring a cut-rate installer who doesn’t have the proficiency to handle the job may save a few dollars now, but will undoubtedly end up costing more in the long-run.

The Benefits an Experienced Integrator Brings to the Table

There are many reasons to work with a professional digital signage integrator. First, a professional integrator will have long-standing relationships with the major equipment manufacturers with verifiable experience in the installation of their products. Next, a great integrator will be able to translate complex technical requirements and industry terminology into terms the end-user can understand, providing them with the knowledge to make an intelligent choice. Further, experienced integrators not only pay attention to the details of a project, but the big picture as well, addressing issues early in the planning process before they become costly problems. Also, a seasoned integrator knows which products work well together, and which may end up causing compatibility problems down the road. They also know how to properly handle gear, ensuring that neither the equipment nor facility is inadvertently damaged during installation. Finally, when issues do arise, it’s essential to be working with an integrator who has both the financial and human resources to correct any mistakes and make things right.

The PixelFLEX Partner Network is designed to service our clients at a higher and more efficient level. At PixelFLEX, we know that without our partners, we do not succeed. Our team develops unique digital solutions for our partners through innovative design and careful implementation from the ground up to ensure the perfect LED display results for your unique situation. We provide a best-in-the-industry on-boarding process with in-person “hands on” training, along with an industry-leading warranty program, documentation, support, and service that give you peace of mind in your decision to choose PixelFLEX.

PixelFLEX® is an American-based LED manufacturer that delivers creative solutions, reliable products and dependable service for their industry-leading LED display technologies to customers worldwide. In addition to their current line of products, PixelFLEX® provides a solutions-based approach, often designing new products based on client need. Working directly with architects, designers, engineers and consultants, PixelFLEX® operates as a design and deployment partner for some of the industry’s most creative and innovative visual projects. To find out more, visit https://pixelflexled.com/faq/.

While you are probably aware of the advantages of using digital signage, you may be wondering how much an LED video wall costs. Well, the answer requires some explanation and a look at several determining factors. There’s size, pixel pitch, quality of the LED components, and other features to consider. Let’s explore what impacts the price of an LED video wall.

Pricing LED Video Walls: Factors to Consider

LED video walls can be an impressive visual array for your space, engaging guests, customers, and staff, allowing your brand to communicate it’s message uniquely. But LED video walls are not a one-size-fits-all product, so several aspects can impact the price.

  • Display size: as you go bigger, your budget will most likely need to increase as well
  • Resolution: determined by the pitch of pixels in a display—the smaller the pitch, the clearer the image; for the top tier processors, you can expect to pay anywhere between $8K to $30K depending on the complexity of playback capabilities
  • Configuration: the more complex your video tile configuration, the more attention it will draw, but you can also expect to pay more, too
  • Mounting: to meet your configuration needs, you may need custom mounts, which are more expensive than standard mounts
  • Indoor vs. outdoor: where your video wall will be placed impacts the price—typically, outdoor displays require more ruggedized construction to withstand weather and other elements, so they tend to come at a higher price

Cost Is About More Than Screen Size

While a larger screen obviously entails more materials, meaning larger budgets, it’s not just about the size of a screen. You may find that screens similar in size and resolution have varying prices, which is directly linked to the source and attributes of the LEDs. While a higher density of pixels translates to better resolution, the higher the pixel pitch, the higher the price. Key elements such as viewing distance may affect the tightness of clusters necessary for your particular video wall—wider-spaced pixel clusters translate to fewer dollars. It comes down to the type of content you’ll be displaying and how it will be viewed.

Further, the quality and speed of the processing components will also account for a considerable chunk of your budget. And other aspects must be considered, including installation ease, features, and benefits that improve image performance, front and/or rear serviceability, energy efficiency, warranties, and a screen configuration that will not only aesthetically enhance the space, but accurately, engagingly represent your brand vision and message.

Finding the Right LED Video Wall: Meeting Your Design Needs and Your Budget

An LED video wall is an investment in your brand, allowing you to engage and inform your audience in visually stunning ways. The best way to determine exactly how much your video wall will cost is to consult with an LED solutions provider expert. The PixelFLEX®  team of knowledgeable staff will work with you to understand your goals and create a plan to meet brand objectives while keeping affordability top of mind. PixelFLEX also warrants their panels from edge to edge and pixel to pixel, providing investment peace of mind. Simply put, PixelFLEX® delivers customized solutions for every customer, ensuring you get exactly what you need at the price you expect.  

Learn more about the variety of LED video wall design options available from PixelFLEX by visiting their portfolio.

With the global LED display industry currently valued at $5 billion, it’s not surprising many new companies are entering the sector. Some may be industry veterans simply adding displays to their line of offerings; others, however, may be unseasoned novices making their debut into the Pro AV community. While this means many more options to choose from, it also means it’s more challenging to weed through the multitude of choices to find a dependable provider offering a quality display that meets both your unique needs and price point.

When looking at LED display providers, there are many factors to consider—specifically, the manufacturer’s quality, reputation, and the scope of their product warranties. Although price, size and picture quality are all vital, these screens are application-driven, and varying aspects must be considered dependent upon the display’s overall purpose, making decision-making even more complex. Thus, it’s crucial to ensure that the manufacturer has a clear strategy in its approach to both your project and the LED market.

An Important Pitch to Pay Attention To

A major consideration in selecting LED displays is pixel pitch or pixel density. Pixel pitch is the distance in millimeters from the center of a pixel to the center of each neighboring pixel—a smaller pixel pitch means there is less empty space between pixels, equating to higher pixel density and improved screen resolution. However, the ambient light of various environments requires different pixel pitches, as does the distance your audience will be from the display—the farther the viewer is from the display, the lower the pixel pitch needed to achieve a high-quality image. However, if displays are intended for an audience that can get in close, gaps in a lower pixel pitch display will be evident to the spectator, decreasing image resolution.

Componentry Makes a Difference

The components that make up your display can be as integral to your unique application as pixel pitch. For example, if you expect very high levels of uptime, such as in military operations or healthcare settings, redundant power supplies seamlessly switch power supplies, ensuring uninterrupted content in critical environments. There are also manufacturers who reduce or even eliminate cabling, making installation easier and less expensive. All-metal pixel cards can reduce warping and increase long-term reliability, and high-quality Multicolor LEDs have high humidity resistance. Each of these elements come into play, depending on where your installation is located.

What Makes a LED Company the Best?

When you’re shopping around, you’ll find any number of companies advertising they have the highest quality LED displays, the best warranties, and the very best customer service—but how do you know the company you’re considering is, in fact, the best? Can they provide client references? Who have they worked with, and are they return customers? Is the company prepared to stick with you over the long haul, providing services not just during, but after the installation as well? Also, make sure the company is trying to help you with your needs rather than just trying to sell you what they have. Simply put, it’s best to choose a company with a history of quality.

American-based LED provider PixelFLEX® strives to offer creative solutions, reliable products and dependable service for their industry-leading LED display technologies. Excellence-driven, PixelFLEX offers one-of-a-kind LED video walls and video screens for tours, events, and installations, backed by top tier, customer-focused support. Recognized via multiple industry-prestigious awards, PixelFLEX remains on the cusp of innovation, delivering carefully crafted, application-driven designs optimized for a wide array of challenging environments for many diverse industries.

To learn more about how PixelFLEX can provide you with the high-quality LED displays you need, visit us at https://plxelflexled.com today!

With the digital generation either already attaining or quickly reaching maturity, the gaming methods of old lack the technological allure to appeal to these younger audiences. Also, new betting regulations are expanding and transforming the gaming industry in states spanning the country. With competitiveness and enthusiasm at an all-time high, casinos must be prepared to effectively meet the evolving needs of those they welcome.

Make Way for Contemporary Gaming

While the appreciation of older generations for traditional casino offerings may continue to generate revenue, Generation X and millennial players have grown accustomed to sophisticated interactive video games that create a higher level of rivalry and demand a higher level of skill than that of roulette wheels or slot machines. Further, these customers don’t wish to leave potential winnings in the hands of chance—the great equalizer—as they now possess the gaming experience to emerge above the rest. To attract these younger crowds, successful casinos must bring these experiences in-house.

Sports Betting Legalization Changing the Casino Game

A May 2018 Supreme Court decision struck down a federal law that banned sports gambling sponsored by individual states. Eight states now possess fully legalized sports betting, with an additional six having already passed bills that are likely to entail the same outcome. All but seven states have at least introduced some form of legalization bill in their legislature. Today’s clever casinos can cash in on the opportunities that throng with the increased proliferation of legalized sports betting.

LED Screens Elevate Casino Branding and Game Experiences

In an increasingly digital age, LED screens provide the perfect solution for casinos vying to attract tech-savvy sports betting and gaming audiences to their premises. With the potential to lure in customers on a more long-term basis, LED screens are invaluable to the future of the casino industry. LED screen implementation can facilitate sports betting and gaming into a true commercial juggernaut for these venues, maximizing customer engagement, increasing on-site spending and bolstering customer loyalty.

Video walls and LED caves unite customers in large gaming tournaments where gamers can both play for money and bet on other games through casino-sponsored gaming books. Screens can also seamlessly transfer between games, such as from poker to blackjack, in a clear and timely manner and suited to the audiences’ preferences. Additionally, employing innovative architectural designs, interactive video walls and versatile gaming spaces that captivate players will ensure their return.

Moreover, digital signage can be placed inside or outside a casino, and within applications on various mobile devices. A gaming venue’s digital strategy could include employee recognition, emergency messaging, event scheduling and other sectors in which enhanced, facilitated and real-time communication with the general public presents compelling potentials for casinos. Further, any casino can reap the countless advertising benefits of the real-time commercial messaging updates that come with LED systems, regardless of geographic location.

Up the Ante with PixelFLEX

Innovating stunning, one-of-a-kind structures that boggle the mind, video display solutions from PixelFLEX provide sensory-centric functionality while enhancing both architectural and spatial design, transforming gaming industry spaces into cost-effective, unparalleled LED experiences that engage the senses. As a leading LED solutions provider, PixelFLEX prioritizes the individual, treating each customer as his or her own creative entity, ensuring visions become a reality. PixelFLEX delivers quality solutions backed by customer-focused support, forging a win-win partnership for casinos and gamers alike. Learn more about PixelFLEX products here

LEDs have become a mainstay of the human experience, so it’s astonishing to think the first light emitting diode was invented by a GE employee only a little over 50 years ago. From that first invention, the potential was immediately evident, as LEDs were small, durable, bright and consumed less energy than traditional incandescent lighting.

LED technology continues to evolve, pushing the boundaries of exactly where and how a display can be placed and used. There are virtually no limits, as screens can now go just about anywhere.

The Changing Display Industry: Miniaturization and Ultra-Thin Screens 

As the LED industry has matured, it certainly has not slowed down when it comes to innovation. One amazing advancement is the miniaturization of the technology, helping to decrease the size and weight of the parts needed to build an LED screen. Additionally, it has enabled the screens to become ultra-thin and grow to monster sizes, allowing screens to rest on any surface, inside or outside.

Along with miniaturization of technology, Mini LEDs are also informing the sceen of the future. Mini LEDs refer to LED units smaller than 100 micrometers. Each pixel is individually enable to emit light; it’s an improved version of the traditional LED backlight. This new technology supports a more robust screen with super fine pixel pitch.

Significant Advancements Are Changing the Future of LEDs

From sports venues to retail stores to corporate environments, the applications for LEDs have multiplied, much in part to technological advancements, including enhanced resolution, greater brightness capabilities, product versatility, hardened surface LEDs, and micro LEDs.

Enhanced Resolution

Pixel pitch is the standard measurement to indicate resolution in LEDs. A smaller pixel pitch signifies higher resolution. Resolutions started out very low, but now 4K screens, which have a horizontal pixel count of 4,096, are becoming the norm. As manufacturers work to perfect resolution, creating 8K screens and beyond are becoming more and more promising.

Greater Brightness Capabilities

LEDs emit a bright clear light in millions of colors. When they work together, they provide alluring displays viewable at very wide angles. LEDs now have the highest brightness of any display. This means LED screens can compete well with direct sunlight, allowing for clever new ways to use screens outdoors and in windows.

Product Versatility

LEDs are extremely versatile. One thing many engineers have spent considerable time on is constructing the optimal outdoor screen. Exterior screens face significant challenges including temperature swings, humidity, coastal air, and extreme dryness. Modern LEDs can handle just about anything that the weather brings. And because LEDs are glare-free, they are a perfect fit for many environments—from a stadium to a storefront to a broadcast set.

Hardened Surface LEDs

LEDs need to be robust to handle any situation, so manufacturers are now working with a process called Chip On Board (COB). With COB, the LEDs are attached right to the printed circuit board instead of being prepackaged (when the LED is wired, bonded, and encapsulated for protection as individual units). This means more LEDs will fit in the same footprint. These hardened displays allow designers and architects to consider LEDs as an alternative to traditional surfaces such as tile and stone. Instead of one surface, these LEDs could allow for one that changes on demand.

Micro LEDs

Engineers have developed a smaller LED—the microLED—and have included more of them onto the same surface. Micro LEDs are moving technology forward, linking LEDs and images produced on the screen. Since micro LEDs shrink the size of LEDs significantly, more diodes can be part of the screen. This improves resolving power and the ability to render incredible detail.

Using Large, High-Resolution LEDs

PixelFLEX offers industry-leading LED display technology and solutions that transform spaces, creating immersive, engaging experiences with large, high-resolution LEDs in a number of well-known settings.

NETAPP utilized our FLEXMod LED display technology to create a one of a kind trapezoidal and curved display in its new Data visionary center that opened in 2018. This display showcases the companies commitment to technology and being a top tier provider in Silicon Valley.

On the Las Vegas Strip, you’ll find Beer Park, the first rooftop bar and grill at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. The focal point of the space is a sub 2mm LED display above the center bar and allows for either multi or single views.

Hino Trucks, the commercial arm of Toyota trucks implemented three fine pixel pitch display in its new Detroit HQ to showcase its diagnostic technology as well as create a one of a kind employee theater for meeting and events.

PixelFLEX is proud to have been part of these projects and continues to deliver custom solutions in the LED industry, creating products that fit unique goals supported by unparalleled customer service. Learn more about PixelFLEX’s solutions by checking out their full line of products.

Consider how you feel when you walk into a brand setting that completely immerses you with its features. When brands create branded environments that drive feelings, you can’t help but feel inspired and reminiscing about what that brand has meant to you. Some of the strongest brands in the world do this every day.

Walk into an Apple location, and you’ll find an interactive experience that’s more than just a place to purchase goods. Experience any event at Disney World, and you’ll find yourself smiling and connecting with a brand you’ve loved for years.

These brands know how to craft an experience, and they do so with different types of media, including everything from vinyl graphics on a wall to digital signage that engages viewers and tells a story.

Branded Environments: An Iconic Example

As noted, when customers enter an Apple location, it’s a truly unique experience. It doesn’t feel like a typical retail location where you shop for goods and pay at the counter. They even have a goal of transforming stores into “town squares.” They even removed the word store.

Inside the store, you can interact with each new device. Apple’s senior vice president of retail, Angela Ahrendts, said of the transformation, “We are reinventing the role our stores and employees play in the community. We want to be more like a town square, where the best of Apple comes together, and everyone is welcome.”

The first of these next-generation stores was unveiled in San Francisco with a 50-foot video wall inside. It resembles a meeting place, not a store. There are meeting rooms for entrepreneurs to meet and coding classes.

Apple has stayed true to its brand by creating this new environment with the connection between brand and consumer growing even stronger.

Telling Your Story with Branded Environments

Whatever space you’d like to transform, whether it’s a retail shop, outdoor event, or corporate office, you have the opportunity to tell your story with branded environments. While you likely spend a lot of time and resources on your digital image, don’t forget about the physical spaces where your customers can interact with your brand. Through strategic design and a focus on your brand’s core values, you can create numerous touchpoints for connection. One way to do this is with digital signage.

Digital Signage in Branded Environments

Using digital signage in your branded environments allows you to educate, entertain, and immerse your visitors. It can also compensate for less staff without impacting customer service, and it may even save you money in the long run, money you would have spent on new printed signage needed for every new event or promotion.

At PixelFLEX, we’ve had the pleasure of creating some amazing branded environments for clients, delivering a substantial WOW factor and showcasing brands as modern, current, and dynamic.

The Tru Hotel at Cadillac Jack’s Gaming Resort is an excellent example of a well-executed branded environment. The hotel wanted a transparent LED display to grab the attention of patrons. We installed FLEXClear LED panels above the main entrance to entice visitors and promote events at the casino. We were able to create a striking display without losing any of the natural light in the lobby.

NetApp, a hybrid cloud data service company, tapped us to create a new branded environment in their revamped headquarters. This project included curved displays in the center of their space, which could be used to tell their story and highlight their abilities. With FLEXMod screens, we delivered a seamless 360-degree display.

Stanford University is one of the country’s most prestigious colleges, known for both its academics and sports programs. To set the stage for their “Home of the Champions” display, they wanted a curved screen capable of delivering high-resolution imagery. The unique screen gives the space a feel that would make any fan cheer.

These are just a few examples for inspiration for your branded environment. With the right design and LED displays from PixelFLEX, you’ll be able to create memorable experiences for your audience. Find out more about what’s possible by browsing our products.

Shopping around for a new display can be confusing. At first glance, it may seem as though there are tons of different kinds of video wall displays, let alone brands. How are you supposed to choose between Direct View LED, LED Wall, LED Screen, or a standard Video Wall? Well the truth is, these are all different names for the same thing. Rather than getting hung up on the name for the overall display, what’s important is understanding the parts behind these screens, so that you can get the best bang for your buck. At PixelFLEX, we have experts that can walk you through the entire process to find a dynamic display that fits your exact needs. To make things a little, easier, however, we’ve put together a run-down on what exactly makes up a “video-wall,” regardless of what name you use for it.

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