Samsung has released a new interactive video wall solution designed for markets requiring large-scale video display formats. The Ultra-Definition Display (UD) System displays information from up to 125 networked PCs and, using one control server, manages up to 250 video displays.
The system is integrated into Samsung’s UX and thin-bezel UT Series displays and allows broader methods to synthesize information over the network. These include displaying images from remote locations, images captured through video streams from webcams, security surveillance cameras and video files.
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The system allows users to reposition and resize images larger than 1GB in real-time and incorporates Giga Pixel image support, which Samsung says eliminates resolution degradation, enabling magnification of satellite photo or high definition images without compromising their original quality.
The system is designed for organizations that are highly dependent on logistical analysis with its ability to simultaneously process large amounts of real-time content from multiple sources in a variety of locations.
"Our UD System effectively addresses the requirements of vital applications in government and law enforcement agencies that need to make critical decisions based on comprehensive, accurate information from multiple sources,” said Mr. J.H. Kim, President, Information Technology Division, Samsung Electronics America Inc.
If only I had the wall space!