We believe that a powerful user interface can help increase productivity in a control room, only if it is simple to use, to implement and to configure.
Montreal, QC (PRWEB) June 04, 2013
VuWall Technology, the specialist in video wall control software is releasing today its latest version 2.2 of its VuWall2 software package. VuWall2, originally designed to run on Matrox based video wall controllers, is now also compatible with Datapath input and output cards as well as with all major brands of output graphics cards.
Amongst other features in this new version is the script editing tool, which allows AV integrators to easily create macro-commands that combine commands to the video wall controller and to third party devices, like matrix switches or IP video decoders.
Other sought after features, standard in Vu Wall 2 include:
- Computer control sharing between operators, as well as for projection on the video wall;
- Management control of individual work stations (full or partial viewing with or without
As always VuWall2 is one of the easiest products to configure and go live with.
“We believe that a powerful user interface can help increase productivity in a control room, only if it is simple to use, to implement and to configure," says Paul Vander Plaetse, President of VuWall Technologies. "From the first lines of code on VuWall2, our creative efforts have been concentrated on smart implementation of the functionalities suggested by our customers," added Vander Plaetse.
VuWall2 will be demonstrated at the InfoComm show on the Exxact Technology booth (# 4632).
About VuWall Technology:
VuWall Technology develops collaborative visualization software and sells video wall controllers through a network of Audio Visual integrators and distributors around the world. In line with the increasing availability of Commercial Off The Shelf Video Wall hardware on the market, VuWall Technology develops software products that make it easy for system integrators to deploy video wall projects even in the most demanding control-room environments.