“The video wall is a perfect accompaniment to the modular counters…” via Airport Improvement Magazine.

Where does one of the largest video walls in the world start? For the Orlando International Airport, it starts with an international tour of airports to see the latest passenger experience technologies. And it ends with a custom digital media ecosystem—over 1,500 feet of digital materials that shape and enhance the airport experience.  

Taking our Video Wall Show on the Road

One of the hardest things about working with video walls is that they simply must be seen. No picture, no video, no virtual environment can replicate the experience of standing in front of so many millions of vibrant pixels, all working in concert to deliver a visual show unlike any other.  

It’s a challenge we’ve grappled with for years. Enter LG Electronics, who worked with us to develop a state-of-the-art traveling video wall using their beautiful, super-narrow bezel premium display.

Catch us with our traveling video wall at FTE Global & ACI-NA

Join Synect at Future Travel Experience (FTE) and Airports Council International - North America (ACI-NA) this year for the latest innovations in passenger experience. We’ll be demonstrating our traveling video wall and showcasing custom content for airports and airlines ranging from ticket counter canvases, to smart wayfinding, to our newly introduced FIDS of the future.

This Week: Come See Our New Planar LookThru OLED & More

The Planar® LookThru™ Series is a new line of transparent, interactive Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays. The LookThru OLED, which comes in 55-inch panels, looks like lightly tinted glass capable of presenting unbelievably vivid digital media on top of real world scenes and objects. The displays can be tiled together to create video walls, and they can also be configured into custom retail merchandising enclosures and displays.

Video Wall News: Microsoft’s Sydney Flagship Store

Microsoft has launched a flagship store in Australia—its second flagship this month and the first one outside of North America. Just like their new flagship on Fifth Avenue, Microsoft is betting on new devices and services to bring customers to the Sydney flagship, while placing major emphasis on video walls and innovative digital experience to engage those customers at their latest retail locations.