Video walls designed to exceed expectations 

Barco's video wall display solutions portfolio contains an answer to every project need, from impressive flagship products to qualitative entry level. Available in different technologies, sizes and resolutions, our portfolio always contains the perfect solution for your application. Our dedicated software, range of video wall controllers and professional services make sure you get the most out of your investment.

Why choose Barco video walls?

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The total package

Whatever your environment, configuration or application, Barco’s advanced video wall solutions provide both the display and the compatible peripherals users need to deliver impactful visual experiences.

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Your wall, your way

Barco goes the extra mile in developing customized visualization solutions tailored to accommodate any infrastructure and business requirement. This includes pre-sales, project engineering and project management services.

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Unmatched images

A video wall is only as valuable as the content it showcases. Barco’s visualization business is built on our commitment to develop and deliver best-in-class, in-house engineered in the EU and US, image processing technologies.

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Superior service

Through our comprehensive warranty, hassle-free maintenance and consultative support, our partners and end-customers can feel confident that Barco is their ally for the long haul.

What is a video wall?

A video wall (also known as display wall) is a large visualization surface consisting of multiple displays. Originally, they consisted of multiple televisions or monitors closely put together. The objective was to make it seem as one large display surface.

The problem however was the large frame (or bezel) that surrounded the useful display surface of each television. This completely tore down the effect of a single canvas and ruined the visual performance. Therefore, new technologies were introduced to minimize the ‘dead pixel space’ between the different displays.

Today’s display wall solutions are generally using tiled LCD panelsrear-projection cubes, or direct-view LED tiles. Typical application areas include control rooms, meeting rooms, digital signage and other demanding environments. 

These display walls are available in a wide range of sizes, typically with a screen diameter between 46” and 80”. The choice of the screen size depends on the typical content and the viewing distance. If watched from up close, the pixel density should be high enough to not see the individual pixels. The resolution is subject to the wall size. For example, a 4K video wall requires 4 Full HD screens in a 2 x 2 setup.

Although these different technologies have very distinct merits, answering specific needs of users, they have a number of things in common. They all:

  • Need a video wall controller to get content on the screens
  • Are very flexible regarding size (number of individual displays)
  • Need a calibration mechanism to ensure that all individual tiles have the same brightness and color settings. Barco’s automatic calibration technology does this in real-time, both calibrating single displays and entire walls
  • Require a minimal inter-tile gap (or ultra narrow bezel) to counter the ‘raster effect'

Factors determining the video wall price

The cost is a main contributor to the selection of your video wall solution. Many factors need to be taken into account when calculating the cost of your video wall. Here are the main ones:

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