MpicoSys and Pervasive Displays develop a wall sized digital information display using 231 E Ink displays. A gift from the Netherlands to the UN, the eWall provides delegates with scheduling, news and other relevant information when needed and can fade seamlessly into an unobtrusive wall when turned off.
The eWall is an intricate combination of architectural, display and network engineering. It stands about 6 meters wide with 231 tiled 7.4" displays arranged in a grid of 33 displays across by 7 displays high. With an overall resolution of 26,400 x 3,360 pixels, the eWall is the largest E Ink-based ePaper display in the world. Yet it consumes little power to operate.
The eWall displays use E Ink's Pearl film, with Pervasive Displays providing the TFT and display modules, and MpicoSys providing the physical construction, electronics and control software to drive the overall sign, and Internet connectivity for updating the sign.
Learn more about the eWall at: http://goo.gl/8xmzj2