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James Fife

Wallmate: The Flat Panel Mounting Solution Flying off the Shelves

Flat Panels
For years, flat panel technology has been the defacto standard for basic visual displays.  The odd thing is, mounting them hasn’t been easy due to inter-trade coordination and other quirks that occur once the display size changes.  Different mounts, different electrical locations, different weights, and different bracing requirements should be easy to accommodate, but for decades have caused frustration. 

rp Visuals specifically sought out AV designer, end-user, and service teams to create a new solution, the Wallmate.  Wallmate is a simple and easy to implement wall mounting solution with three different models to accommodate various weights and sizes of LCD panel displays.  Wallmate is a wall mount that solves a multitude of problems for design and integration teams such as:

  • The removal of inter-trade disagreement.
  • Accommodating display size changes.
  • Allowance of fixed mount or pull out mount styles enabling all budgets.
  • The ability to expand the system in the future.
  • Expediting Room Up Time

Plus, so much more

All this resolved with a system that is likely the most stable and structurally sound mounting system there is… 

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Wood + LED  = BAD!

James Fife | 30 January, 2019 | Project - LED
Bowed wood

A better Idea is using an isolating mounting system = no lines, no breakage, saved $$ 

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Seeing is believing... All Screens are not Created Equal!

James Fife | 20 September, 2018
AVG Mtg 2-2018 dnp vs Slate (17)

When it comes to ambient light rejecting screens, not all screens are created equal. Especially off axis. Audience viewing across a standard +/- 45 degree angle really shows the difference. 

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The Pixel and Its Parts

James Fife | 22 February, 2018

With any electronically created image there is a grid, or an array made of dots or squares that are called pixels.  This is true for a live dot flip board, a direct view LED display, OLED, LCD, DLP, D-ILA, Micro LED quantum dots, or any other technology.  This pixel structure is the base component of the image.  An image (size?) is simply a sum of many pixels that each light up to a specific brightness or color to create a completed image.  Pixels have a few major things they all share regardless of technology. 

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