While video walls mainstay may currently be in the commercial world, with an increasing demand for smart, connected homes it’s worth considering if a video wall (or two) might work well in your home.
As video walls can be flexible with the right software, there are lots of uses for them, from having a smart shopping list display in the kitchen, to incorporating them into your games or media room. There are plenty of options for the tech-savvy homeowner. As screen technology gradually reduces in price as the technology matures, a market and appetite for home video wall use have grown and been embraced by many technologically minded individuals.
As you will learn from the below graphic by Userful, video walls can be used throughout your home, for both work and entertainment. They are neither as expensive nor as difficult to fit as you might imagine. So next time you’re looking to give your home a tech upgrade, consider the following ways that you could incorporate a video wall in your home: