Mitsubishi Electric’s large format display walls for control room, corporate and public display applications use the latest DLP® technology to deliver amazing, high-visibility crystal-clear images. In addition to their outstanding brightness and picture quality, these systems combine high reliability and easy maintenance with a newly designed optical engine and a spectrum of performance-enhancing features for a well-balanced image across the entire display wall area. They also incorporate a long lamp service life compatible with 24-hour continuous operation, and are resistant to picture burn-in.
Wavex Touch is an audio visual technology organization with a network of leading technology partners, suppliers, manufacturers and distributors worldwide. The company offers a heightened and smart technology driven communications interface to its customers through its range of audio visual and touch interactive products. These products cater to the specific communication requirements that are constantly emerging in diverse sectors including Education, Corporate and Government as well as specific community and mass driven applications in public areas such as community centres, airports and malls.
Datapath Limited is a world leading innovator in the field of computer graphics and video wall display technology. The company has operated exclusively in these areas since it was founded in 1982. Well over 200 man-years experience has been built up in product design, consultancy and project development, covering all areas of this industry. The available expertise covers both hardware and software (driver) design and development. Datapath is large enough to undertake substantial projects, but small enough to offer an unrivalled level of service and support, which is achieved by an accessible, customer-focused staff. Datapath has an international outlook, with offices in the United Kingdom, France and USA.
First version of Polywall was created for internal Polymedia (leading Russian AV/IT systems integrator) projects and supported only hardware from Jupiter Systems. Then the software got recognition from the market and significant efforts were invested to further improve the solution. That includes constant development and support work together with major update in 2012 when software was recreated from scratch to accommodate newer technologies. Since then, Polywall is considered the most powerful video wall control software at the Russian market. In 2013 Polywall was offered for the international partners. It has got immediate attention after the product launch because a lot of companies now tend to use software approach for controlling video walls. Video wall control software has a number of advantages in comparison to hardware video wall controllers. And we strongly believe that software approach is the future of video walls.