VideroLED chosen for QUT's new giant interactive video wall

The new interactive videowall at QUT's Gardens Point campus is a really exciting new development in display technology. It is the first of its kind in Australia. It is content rich, interactive for up to 10 users simultaneously and controlled not necessarily by touch but by gesture. Interactivity can now be undertaken on a grand scale, indoor or outdoor. The content management technology entailed is the same as used at Segaworld Japan. The Videro content management technology also enables interaction by touch devices whether hand held or tabletop. Best of all, unlike earlier attempts at  giant video walls it does not require a battery of computers, just one. The ramfications for retail, museums and corporate expositions are huge. And yes, the 2.4mm pitch VideroLED screen looks great up close.

Published on July 06 2017