Mosaic LCD tiles: When wall paintings aren’t enough
For the past few months, I’ve been trying to figure out how to rearrange my old wall art to make it look fresh again, but nothing’s working at the moment. These mosaic LCD tiles would be the perfect solution–you know, if I were rich.
The Planar Mosaic LCD Tiles come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be arranged in different patterns, while proprietary software allows you to program whatever video or image you want displayed across all screens.
Customers can choose from the three models. The first is the Planar Salvador, which is a square LCD that measures 15.6 inches on each side and ideal for use over larger surface areas. Meanwhile, the Planar Pablo has a rectangular shape and measures 40 inches wide, or you can go slightly bigger with the 48-inch wide Planar Vincent.
Planar designed the mounting hardware so that the displays can hang in any position and at various angles, including “concave and convex arrays.” The displays also include off-board power units, so outlets are not required behind the tiles. Once installed, the Windows-based Mosaic Project Designer software allows you to choose, preview, and set the image or video you want to show.
There’s no pricing information, which I always find to be a bad sign for my wallet, but if you’re interested in learning about the Planar Mosaic LCD Tiles, you can … [Read more]
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