Behind-the-scenes: Microsoft's 70-feet Video Wall at CES 2012

At the Consumer Electronics Show, Microsoft flaunted a video wall at its booth that stretched a respectable 70 feet (21 meters) long. The folks behind it - Mind Opera, PBJS and Run Studios shared some behind-the-scenes stats along with a nice video of their work for both the exhibition pavilion and the keynote backdrop."Video Wall […]

CES 2012: Microsoft's 70-feet Video WallAt the Consumer Electronics Show, Microsoft flaunted a video wall at its booth that stretched a respectable 70 feet (21 meters) long. The folks behind it - Mind Opera, PBJS and Run Studios shared some behind-the-scenes stats along with a nice video of their work for both the exhibition pavilion and the keynote backdrop.

"Video Wall in the Microsoft Pavilion

Two Windows 7 server systems running the latest version of WATCHOUT. The main system and backup run 63 - 47&Prime lcd screens in a 7 channel configuration resulted in a 70 x 5'8&Prime animated looping wall.

Microsoft Keynote

The 90 minute keynote utilized looping animated backgrounds, scenic background images, and a metro animation that we built to seamlessly tie the visuals together."

Here is the video of the Wall:

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