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“LED Wall” is a generic term for a large size video display device made up of Light Emitting Diodes (LED.) Also called Video Walls, they are usually made up of modules that seamlessly
connect to each other, and together work as one large display. Large display devices like this have been around for 30 or more years, although at their introduction they cost millions of dollars, and were found only at large sports parks and outdoor events that could afford their high price tag. All of this has changed, and LED walls have become remarkably affordable for even mid-size church organizations. In some cases, where large format, bright projection is being considered, LED walls are an option that makes financial sense.
There are other types of video walls, including the type made up of a mosaic of screens connected together to form one large screen. While these can grow to be extremely high resolution, their drawback is that there is a border frame around each module. Some of the more expensive units have very narrow borders, but are still visible. With LED walls, we do not have border frames, as the LEDs extend all the way to the edge of each unit. The edges are machined ac
curately, so when joining to the next piece, there is no gap visible to the audience, resulting in one large seamless video experience.
The gallery below contains various photos of LED walls in stages of test and assembly as well as final installations – so you can see exactly what they look like, front and back