Boston University installs impressive collaboration video wall solution
The installation of a 10ft wide by 6ft high collaboration video wall solution in the lobby of Boston University College of Engineering was presented during the institution's 50th anniversary celebration. The video wall was built on technology invented by Prysm co-founders and Boston University graduates Amit Jain (‘85) and Roger Hajjar (‘88). Their advanced Laser Phosphor Display technology has revolutionized the world of large-scale displays and is the foundation for all Prysm video walls.
“Prysm video walls exemplify forward-thinking and innovative technology. It’s a great fit for our open and engaging culture of higher learning,” said Kenneth Lutchen, Dean of Engineering at Boston University. “The installation is remarkable and creates an immersive experience that supports the charter of the engineering school and advances the possibilities for learning.”
One of the nation’s premier engineering institutions, the college educates the technology leaders of tomorrow and advances science and technology through research, discovery and innovation. Engineering students from around the world can pursue an interdisciplinary approach to their education and practice practical hands-on learning using the dynamic interactivity capabilities of the video wall system. Read the full press release and more customer stories.