Wooranna Park Primary School – “a place of optimism, excitement, and challenge” – was the site for our latest breathtaking outdoor LED video wall display installation.
Situated in the Melbourne suburb of Dandenong North, Wooranna Park Primary School has been compared to Disneyland by the Herald Sun and excels in fostering a creative, interactive and innovative teaching and learning environment for each of its students. The school transforms learning into an adventure for its diverse, multicultural community – a mission statement only further exemplified by the recent unveiling of their state-of-the-art VuePix Outdoor LED Video Wall Display.
Vision One were the proud collaborators on this project. The 10mm pixel pitch video wall – that measures in at approximately 2.3m wide x 1.5m high – was custom-manufactured by VuePix to fit the previously vacant wall space on the administration building’s exterior.
Content is distributed via a laptop and an RGBLink Venus-X1 Scaler. The Venus-X1 offers user defined image sizing and coordinating, dual image processing, multiple cascade mapping, different user configurations and controlling, key in and out and other advanced functions.
To provide protection against vandalism and weather/environment damage, Ultralift Australia manufactured a custom-built Perspex frame and bracketing structure to attach seamlessly to the front of the outdoor LED wall.