Presentation technology, video conferencing, and digital signage systems help individuals share information, meet goals and communicate more effectively with the aid of audio visual technology. Commercial AV integration promotes collaboration and efficiency in conference rooms, classrooms, home theaters, and many other spaces.
When a company leverages high-end audio visual products to create computer-generated images, video and real-time rendered content. Advanced Visualization promotes collaboration and allows designers and engineers to evaluate potential issues virtually before production.
Advanced visualization systems display vast amounts of data and complex computer models with rich detail, pure clarity and exceptional color fidelity. Images in ultra-high resolution allow users to better understand and more accurately analyze the displayed information.
A large-scale, ultra-high-resolution permanent advanced visualization system designed to view full-scale automobiles or other physically large products. The PowerWall uses industry-leading technology to display large amounts of complex data resulting in rich detail, pure clarity and exceptional color fidelity.
This advanced visualization solution is used for various analytical and collaborative purposes such as:
The VR Room is an immersive, virtual reality environment typically consisting of a multi-sided room where high-resolution stereo content is projected onto each of the walls, floor, and ceiling. These systems allow users to interact with a rendered 3D environment in real-time. VR Room systems are used to optimize and validate engineering concepts, check for ergonomic conformity, review model integrity, and serve many other interactive applications. The VR Room environment allows decision makers to interact with models in a lifelike, CAD environment, and optimize products before incurring the costs of tooling and prototypes.
VR Rooms can be used in conjunction with the PowerWall and HMD (head mounted display) locally or between sites to improve collaboration and communication. Virtual reality systems are used to optimize and validate engineering concepts, evaluate ergonomics, test maintainability, conduct marketing A/B evaluations, and to just simply “walk” around a CAD model.
Not all VR environments deliver the same experience. The right fit for one industry might not apply to another. Finding the right VR option will depend on whether your main focus is design, engineering or both.
Understanding how and why your company needs VR will help determine which product solution is the best fit — whether that is a VR Room system, Powerwall, HMD, or some combination of each.
The right advanced visualization solution will depend on space, application, your requirements and many other factors. Considerations such as physical space restrictions, room size, image quality and budget will affect whether a projection system or LED display is the right fit.
Projectors are normally favored for their cost-efficiency and aptitude to display large high-quality visuals. On the other hand, many professionals choose flat panel displays, or an array of displays, because they are not affected by ambient light — among other image quality capabilities.
The IT department plays an important role in successful AV integration. Communication between IT members and integration professionals is essential to avoid bandwidth bottlenecks or security lapses. Members of the IT department will be asked for information regarding the network to ensure successful, expedient integration. Learn more in this guide to AV integration for IT experts.
Huddle rooms bring employees together into a central meeting space for online collaboration and remote meetings. Many businesses work with AV integration professionals to design huddle rooms in order to maximize available space and increase productivity.
Several factors go into determining display screen size, and getting the optimal visualization solution has a major impact on performance. Screen size is primarily determined by space restrictions and industry-specific needs. All visualization projects should begin with a comprehensive site survey conducted by a professionally trained technician. At IGI, industry-leading custom AV integration designs and engineering ensure you will receive optimal screen performance.
PowerWalls are 18+ feet, so your organization will need to thoroughly consider visualization needs and available space in order to maximize PowerWall potential. Space considerations for a PowerWall include:
Professional technicians should conduct a comprehensive site survey and custom design advanced visualization solutions to ensure optimal system performance.
By focusing on industries that have been proven to benefit from advanced visualization, your advanced visualization partner can develop display solutions to meet your evolving needs. Advanced visualization systems add value to the operational performance of many organizations — particularly in the following markets: