Latin America. Barco has worked together with Vogel's screen mounting specialist to create a curved mounting structure for its UniSee solution. This makes it possible to configure and repair the revolutionary LCD panel without curved bevel, and still maintain all the benefits offered by the UniSee assembly, including perfect alignment, easy service and no risk of damaging the panels.

This further expands UniSee's mounting options and opens up many new opportunities in a wide variety of applications, including lobbies, control rooms, experience centers, broadcast studios and training and simulation centers.

The curved videowalls create a spectacular immersion sensation. Especially for larger installations, straight configurations are not easy to see in full, which results in suboptimal ergonomics.

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Considering the difficulties during installation, it is obvious that maintenance is even more difficult. The elimination of a single central panel is often impossible, so it is necessary to remove all screens to repair the video wall, which results in a very long service time (up to several days). The video wall curve solution developed jointly with Vogel's for Barco UniSee eliminates these challenges. In this way, it allows to guarantee all the unique installation and service benefits for which Barco UniSee is known in the market, independently of the curvature of the wall.

Installation without problems, guaranteed and easy service
The new Vogel video wall solution for Barco UniSee allows a concave curve configuration from 0 to 10 degrees, in steps of 1 grade. It has all the main strengths of Barco UniSee, including optimal automatic alignment in all directions (X, Y and Z). The risk of damage to the screen during installations is significantly reduced and the service has become quick and risk-free, thanks to the innovative sliding of the panels.

The complete solution is based on a solid back structure offered by Vogel's in combination with curved crosses and special corner pieces that are part of the UniSee curved accessory kit. In a first phase, this solution is available in horizontal and vertical as a floor-to-wall mounting structure.

Richard Santa, RAVT
Author: Richard Santa, RAVT
Editor
Journalist from the University of Antioquia (2010), with experience in technology and economics. Editor of the magazines TVyVideo + Radio and AVI Latin America. Academic Coordinator of TecnoTelevisión & Radio.

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