Case study University of Westminster
University of Westminster Leverages Userful to Improve Communication and Education
The key objective was to have an easy to use system that would allow a seamless workflow and that could be used by all members of staff.
The team at Scan Computers quickly identified that the only solution that would be able to fulfill all the requirements of the project—unique video wall layout, small footprint, easy to install and use and supporting various types of content sources—was the Userful Visual Networking Platform.
The system consisted of three video walls—a main 2x4 wall and two 2x2 grid walls— distributed across the lab, all powered from the same Server, located away from the walls. The video walls provide educational content, ‘how-to’ videos, presentations, as well as videos and photos of student work, and also support remote video calls via the web. The system supports various means of communication for workshops, etc.
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1 PC can power >100 displays
Every display in the Userful Video Wall is connected to the network through a zero client device.
Video walls can be arranged in any orientation, allowing for eye-catching, free flowing artistic layouts with individual displays rotated to any angle.
Content can include up to 8k content, video, HTML5, 3D, live TV, full-screen browser, content from an integrated CMS, or even a desktop.
Configure either a single large video wall (including LED wall), or a mix of smaller video walls and standalone displays.