When Barco introduced their UniSee® system in 2017, they transformed the LCD video wall experience. Barco UniSee provided unmatched installation ease and uniformity with a stunning image. Barco’s mounting system allowed for the thinnest bezels, but one thing was missing.
“They didn’t have any type of solution to trim the perimeter of the video wall,” said Kevin Barlow, CTS-D, Draper’s director of business development. “Their mounting system is ingenious, but it requires a frame around it because the mounting hardware protrudes on all four sides. An opportunity was born.”
SmartTrim™ for Barco UniSee is a patent pending, design-protected solution co-developed with SMS Smart Media Solutions, a Draper subsidiary in Sweden. It provides a simple and elegant trim remedy for a wide range of standard and custom Barco UniSee configurations.
“The challenge was to make a trim kit that could easily be installed after the Barco UniSee video wall is in place and installed, allowed easy access for service, had a modular design so it could be adapted to different video wall configurations and at the same time have a great design,” said Daniel Salmonsson, SMS product development manager. “The team came up with an even better solution than expected. It’s a smart solution and a great product!”
Standard kits for typical wall-mounted Barco UniSee video walls are available now. This includes 2×2, 3×3, and 4×4 as well as 2×4 and 3×4 configurations. Draper is also ready to provide custom and totally unique solutions for one-off Barco UniSee video wall applications.
For more information on Draper SmartTrim for Barco UniSee, visit Draper in booth 1342 at InfoComm 2019, June 12-14 in Orlando.
Draper, Inc. creates core and tailored solutions for the professional audiovisual marketplace, including projection screens, custom AV structures, supports, enclosures and lifts, as well as window shades and video conferencing solutions.
Established in 1902, Draper markets through a network of dealers and distributors to the commercial, architectural, education and residential markets.