Hiperwall video wall software has always been great at accepting and displaying lots of sources of several types, but sources and their uses have changed over the years as what they were showing evolved. This post contains my experiences with the changing landscape of sources used in Hiperwall video wall systems around the world, particularly for control rooms and similar, rather than signage applications.
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We have a shiny new visual communications product that makes it extremely easy to put content on multiple displays driven by a PC. It is especially powerful because it lets you manage displays that are not in line-of-sight. In addition, it can spread content across groups of displays for mini-video walls. But the name, HidraLink, seems to be spelled a bit funny.