Highest Resolution Video Walls in the World

Whether or not we realize it, video walls have become a part of our daily lives. Digital signage video walls can be found just about anywhere, from shopping malls and office buildings to art museums. Serving as information displays, advertising platforms, and even elements of design, these displays are designed for maximum visual impact – and are some of the most massive, highest-resolution video walls in the world.
It’s worth noting that in the world of video walls, bigger does not always mean higher-resolution. That’s because video walls are built using a wide range of technologies and different technologies produce different pixel density, or resolution. In fact, many of the largest video walls, like the colossal outdoor displays that light up Times Square, produce far lower resolutions than smaller, indoor video walls. Since most outdoor signage is designed to be viewed from a distance, pixel density is less important for these displays. For indoor video walls though, resolution can make all the difference.
In our list, we’ve ranked each video wall according to its total resolution: a number determined both by the pixel density of the technology and by the size of the video wall itself. Now, let’s take a look of the most ultra high resolution digital signage video walls in the world!

Mounts for Video Walls and Displays

Often times when people discuss the ‘important’ features of an LCD display they will list resolution, color ( 8bit – 10bit ) or inputs. But what often goes unnamed could be one of the most important features on a display. Mounting options. We know ‘mounting options’ doesn’t have quite the same verbal impact as say 4k resolution does but it could in fact be what makes or breaks your next AV installation.
When AV integrators or DIY installers are scoping out their projects one of the most important key elements is how the displays will be installed on the wall surface. A few things to keep in mind when mounting displays; do the displays themselves come with VESA ( Video Electronics Standards Association ) standard mounting holes and will the user require backend access at any point? Purchasing / Installing displays that come with VESA standard mounts will provide you with far more mounting options.