Making your house a home may now include incorporating the technology that you use on a daily basis, seamlessly into your home.
Gone are the days of bulky TVs and DVD players ruining the interior design of your home — tech is now much smaller and sleeker and can be incorporated much more neatly, as a functional but also well designed focal point in your home.
Video walls aren’t a particularly new technology, they’ve been used in control rooms, stadiums and shopping malls for decades, but today they are increasingly being used in homes.
As screen technology gradually reduces in price as the technology matures, a market and appetite for home video wall use has grown, and been embraced by many technologically minded individuals, not only for security but also for entertainment.
[Infographic] Using Video Walls in Your Home
The below graphic from Userful, explains how video walls can be used in a variety of ways throughout your home. So if you’re considering improving smart capabilities of your home, then here’s a great starting point.