The MediaWall 2500 processor can
display up to eight graphics and eight
video signals over six screens, the
model 2000, six graphics and six videos
over four screens, and the model 1500,
four graphics and two videos over
two screens. Images can be displayed
anywhere, any size, within or across
screens, in correct aspect ratio or
stretched to fit, in whole or zoomed
to emphasize details. Unlike other
video/data walls, the MediaWall processor
has essentially no limits on display
alternatives; the multi-screen array
forms a truly virtual screen in which
any display of windows is possible.
No competitive video/data wall even
The system offers plug-and-play capability
with a wide range of inputs. Graphics
signals are selectable up to 1920
x 1200 pixels in RGB and 1600 x 1200
in DVI format. HDTV inputs are also
supported. Standard video inputs may
be composite, component or S-Video.
Background images, up to the aggregate
resolution of the display wall, can
be loaded from compact flash cards
or over a network.
Control is offered via RS-232 or
Ethernet port. A web browser based
control system provides both local
and remote operation. The user interface
provides a graphical representation
of the wall with "drag and drop"
window positioning and scaling.
The system offers 24/7 robustness.
It comes packaged in a compact rack
mountable enclosure with replaceable
air filter, redundant power supplies,
and thermostatically controlled fans,
providing an excellent solution for
challenging environments. Most importantly,
the MediaWall processor provides the
security and reliability of an embedded
operating system and the absence of
a disk drive.
The MediaWall processor works with
any tiled display, with adjustments
to compensate for the bezel between
panels or cubes, as well as overlapped
outputs to support edge blending on
a continuous screen. Output resolution
can be adjusted to the exact resolution
of any display up to 1920 x 1200 pixels,
the highest resolution of any data/video
A full array of features include
dynamic window sizing and positioning,
smooth zooming within images, custom
borders, titling, programmable presets,
backgrounds, logos, and optional digital
clock and on-screen cursor control.
The MediaWall is unbeatable for mission
critical, real time operations. And
it is priced competitively with systems
that cannot approach its flexibility