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Interactivity is becoming the next frontier for displays of all kinds and sizes, so why not on video walls?

In this video, Planar provides an exciting glimpse at how multi-touch technology (don’t we love it on our smarphones) becomes bigger, better and truly amazing on a larger video wall scale. With the ability to map and translate upto 32 points into action this means a video wall can become a truly collaborative platform for simultaneous use by multiple users.

What this means for retail and hospitality environments is especially interesting, since it allows the design of content and other customer interaction applications in completely different ways. With their Clarity Matrix MultiTouch Videowall product, Planar can allow for interactive displays of upto 300″ sizes.

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Some key features of this system are as follows: 

Displays are available in 46″ and 55″ with 1920 x 1080 resolution

Options of 3.7mm tiled bezel width and 5.5mm tiled bezel width

Choice of 6 or 32 simultaneous touch points depending on your application

Available in 2×2 and 3×3 standard configurations

Allows multiple people to interact with video wall without affecting other users

To learn more about interactive video walls, visit this page.

(Image & Content credit: www.planar.com)
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