Runco has added to its WindowWall display wall video system with the new WindowWall High-Efficiency (HE) video display that boasts lower power consumption.
The company also says that current WindowWall High-Bright (HB) and WindowWall HE will be available with Runco’s OPAL (Optical Path ALignment) technology as an option.
The new WindowWall HE will provide customers with all the same features of the current WindowWall system, but with the added benefits of OPAL technology, as well as lower power consumption, longer cable lengths, and a thinner mounting scheme included.
Runco’s proprietary OPAL technology was created to enhance the black level, detail, and clarity within dark scenes, without sacrificing the overall picture quality. Runco OPAL also reduces surface light reflections on the screen, a common viewing distraction that plagues viewers of flat panel displays. When implemented in WindowWall products, OPAL provides a smooth surface over the displays giving it a more luxurious look and feel, the company says.
The Runco WindowWall offers applications from digital ambience to entertainment, to office applications, such as video conferencing. The WindowWall can also become a virtual window changing the mood for any room by displaying snow falling on the mountains or the view of Manhattan from a skyscraper. The WindowWall also can become an enormous screen showing a game or multiple games at once.
As a digital display system, the Runco WindowWall can switch between sources and applications utilizing the built-in processing. When combined with a home automation system and architectural speakers, an enormous array of lifestyle options are enabled. With the WindowWall, Runco authorized dealers can expand their business beyond the traditional home theater setting.