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- n. A bank of tiled videoscreens forming one large screen on a wall.
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Former Giuliani advisor Patrick Ruffini has developed a very cool "videowall" that used Yahoo Pipes and Google Video to create a wall of recent political video from the candidates that he calls a "full screen total immersion experience."
Daily Motion videowall - All new stuff on this one.
Over at the Forestry Commission's Whinlatter Visitor Centre, near Braithwaite, there is an exhibition area dedicated to the ospreys with live pictures from a nest camera beamed on to a giant videowall.
The advent of narrow or non-existent bezels alongside cheaper LCD technology is encouraging videowall sales, according to Liz Kerrigan, sales manager at AV distributor
Barely a bezel in sight on a videowall using Samsung's 460UTn 46 'LCD Professional Displays
Christie Entero SXGA+ and WUXGA LED videowall display at PALME
Barclays has just installed a 24-screen videowall in Piccadilly, "added Kerrigan.
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