The screens you see are powered by a video wall controller, which is a piece of hardware that is responsible for distributing content via inputs and outputs. The video wall controller splits an image into parts to be displayed on the screens or “clones” the content by routing it individually to each screen. In the past, this type of technology may have required a lot of training to use, but now there are companies that have simplified the process.
The average user looking for a simple solution wants something that allows them to display their content beautifully and without any hassle. A basic, entry-level video wall controller will allow users to plug in their media player with one simple input and instantly start playing content on the screens.