Moneysupermarket Group Video Wall Controller
Ultimate Visual Solutions (UVS) has installed control solutions for the LED video wall at the new innovation centre of FTSE 250 company, Moneysupermarket Group, in Manchester.
A UVS Lucidity video wall controller system was selected to manage the unique display requirements of a custom-built LED video wall that covers and links both floors of Moneysupermarket Group’s base at No.1 Spinningfields.
The LED video wall has an unusual resolution of 800×2400 pixels and is the hub of the company’s expanding product engineering team, which designs purpose-driven digital experiences for Moneysupermarket Group customers.
The UVS Lucidity control software allows the client to easily configure the bespoke display layouts required for their different display scenarios and these are quickly launched via an integrated touch screen controller, courtesy of the Lucidity control application program interface (API).
Data source inputs include web content, PC inputs and video conferencing. This allows the video wall to be used by Moneysupermarket Group staff for meetings, collaboration, presentations and for it to be specifically tailored for VIP visits.
UVS Managing Director Steve Murphy says:
“The UVS Lucidity WBC70 is capable of managing this unusual resolution and it allows the display of the multiple data source types simultaneously. All sources are displayed, using the Lucidity control platform, in their native aspect ratio; meaning there are no stretched images.
“This also involved close liaison with the Moneysupermarket Group web page development team to ensure the web content was also correctly displayed
“The result, as the images show, is a stunning, dynamic and vibrant display canvas that meets Moneysupermarket Group’s immediate and future needs.”
Moneysupermarket Group is a price comparison website-based business specialising in financial services and enabling consumers to compare prices on a range of products, including energy, car insurance, home insurance, travel insurance, mortgages, credit cards and loans.