Are you looking for a way to transform your next business conference? The addition of a video wall is just the way to go about it. No matter the size of the conference or event space or whether you're trying to sell your product or give information, a video wall can provide a wealth of benefits.
Professional and Clean Design
A video wall can bring a professional and clean element to your event. Although the images on the screen are crisp, the wall itself sends the message that your company is technology-driven, professional, and successful, which are especially important qualities if you are using the conference or event as a way to roll out a new product or service.
One reason these video walls look so good is that they are built to look like they are a part of the wall. As attendees walk past, they won't see wires or any metal beams hanging, they will just see the crisp and clear images displayed on the screens.
Constant Content Management
Video walls are operated based on the type of feed you choose. You can have a series of prerecorded images, videos, or messages that continually run on the screen or you can choose to select a live feed, or most commonly, a combination of the two.
If you decide to use a live feed option, you will have the opportunity to update content in real-time. Consider a training conference, for example. If any of the training rooms had to be moved around, you could update the information on the screen right away to ensure all the attendees are on the same page, which will make the experience more enjoyable for everyone.
Minimize Paper Waste
A video wall can also help you minimize paper waste. At the end of any conference, you are sure to see countless sheets of paper sprawl out on the floor. Not only is this a waste of paper, but the printing cost to produce these pamphlets and brochures can also be quite expensive.
Rather than describe your product in words or static pictures, you can use the video wall to do so the same thing. Not only does this option minimize the need to print out so much marketing material, but it does a much better job than selling a product than a piece of paper ever could.
Contact an event AV support service to learn more about bringing this addition to your next business event.Share