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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In today’s blog post we want to dive into an acronym you don’t hear of too often, WYSIWYG. WYSIWYG stands for What You See Is What You Get. And even though the phrase ‘what you see is what you get’ is used in other contexts in daily language, in the context of Hiperwall software WYSIWYG means that as you operate the Hiperwall control software you are seeing the exact changes that are being made on the video wall in real time. You simply click on content with your mouse, drag the content on the LED video wall, and manipulate the content using your mouse. Simple, and rapid. And that’s exactly why our customers choose Hiperwall, because in times of crisis or when your boss is looking over your shoulder waiting to see how well you operate the video wall, you want your software to be as easy to operate as possible.