OmniDisplay the Real-time Communications platform

OmniDisplay Main Features

OmniDisplay has a rich and and industrious history. It began in the world of real-time trading across the finance, commodities and utilities sectors; borne out of a market requirement to collate and display real-time trading information on LED displays. OmniDisplay and its sister app OmniTicker laid the foundation for today’s generic communications platform. Now content can be collated and published to any size display, LED displays, Video Walls, TVs, multiple video monitors - any device or surface on to which one can project an image.

How OmniDisplay Works

You need a standard Windows 10 PC, laptop or tablet and OmniDisplay software. You can run OmniDisplay on that device, but most likely you will want to stream your content to another video monitor, TV, Video Wall or LED Display. You can connect OmniDisplay to any video device by Miracast (where locally in range) or direct connection. For most standard-alone installations that is it. You are ready now to design the content that will be streamed to your display. With the OmniDisplay Layout Editor ‘What You See Is What You Get’. You create a layout size the same size as your display - for example a standard HD TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels so your layout would be sized the same.

OmniDisplay - The complete Video Wall Content Plug-in

OmniDisplay and OmniTicker can deployed as Content Plug-ins to a user’s current AV equipment. This is achieved by streaming a content window to the display with its target x and y coordinates. With a theme of doing more with less, this gives the opportunity to add content to any existing Video Wall, as well as contribute content to a new one.

OmniDisplay User Guide and Functional Reference

OmniDisplay and OmniTicker run from any standard Windows 10 device that has an HDMI output. With a small number of displays, a user would invoke Windows extended monitor functionally and have multiple HDMI ports, one for each video receiving device. This environment is easily managed from within the standard OmniDisplay and OmniTicker software.

Multi Screen Environment

Where a larger number of displays (usually > 4-8) are in a network, there are different network approaches to managing multiple OmniDisplay streams. In these environments, we work directly with a client’s AV team, or in partnership with an AV company.

Remote Layout Management

Not complicated - layouts, schedules and playlists can be stored and accessed from anywhere, much the same as any Windows data files. Some clients have us update their layouts and upload them to a cloud shared folder from where they can be accessed, tested, amended as necessary, then deployed across their chosen network

Systems Integration - Data Access

Our approach where possible is to collate, aggregate and consolidate data sources into as few data streams as possible. In some cases this involves receiving different data sources from a client’s internal systems and re-packaging that information in their preferred display formats. The principle is always one of receiving data rather than designing APIs to extract data, which might potentially compromise a client’s access security policies.

OmniDisplay Powers Video Walls and LED Displays

OmniDisplay will drive any Video Wall in native mode and work with most third party Video Wall providers. It supports a single integrated video stream to cover the entire Video Wall, or multiple video streams that can be directed to any segment of that Video Wall. Designed with the future in mind, OmniDisplay supports native resolutions up to 8K; typically OmniDisplay video wall segments have a 4K resolution. The example below has a Video Wall layout to match an LED Display (3840px x 1080px) or two adjacent Full HD video monitors. OmniDisplay will natively support and match any layout dimensions of the user’s choice and can be projected on to any surface. Users have complete freedom to place and size any content on a layout to meet their chosen layout objectives.
OmniDisplay Pug-In Set to Target Areas Space for Alternative Sources

Software Deployment

OmniDisplay Main Features

OmniDisplay

Real-time Communications platform

OmniDisplay has a rich and and industrious history. It began in the world of real-time trading across the finance, commodities and utilities sectors; borne out of a market requirement to collate and display real-time trading information on LED displays. OmniDisplay and its sister app OmniTicker laid the foundation for today’s generic communications platform. Now content can be collated and published to any size display, LED displays, Video Walls, TVs, multiple video monitors - any device or surface on to which one can project an image.

How OmniDisplay Works

You need a standard Windows 10 PC, laptop or tablet and OmniDisplay software. You can run OmniDisplay on that device, but most likely you will want to stream your content to another video monitor, TV, Video Wall or LED Display. You can connect OmniDisplay to any video device by Miracast (where locally in range) or direct connection.
For most standard-alone installations that is it. You are ready now to design the content that will be streamed to your display. With the OmniDisplay Layout Editor ‘What You See Is What You Get’. You create a layout size the same size as your display - for example a standard HD TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels so your layout would be sized the same.

OmniDisplay Powers Video Walls and

LED Displays

OmniDisplay will drive any Video Wall in native mode and work with most third party Video Wall providers. It supports a single integrated video stream to cover the entire Video Wall, or multiple video streams that can be directed to any segment of that Video Wall. Designed with the future in mind, OmniDisplay supports native resolutions up to 8K; typically OmniDisplay video wall segments have a 4K resolution. The example below has a Video Wall layout to match an LED Display (3840px x 1080px) or two adjacent Full HD video monitors. OmniDisplay will natively support and match any layout dimensions of the user’s choice and can be projected on to any surface. Users have complete freedom to place and size any content on a layout to meet their chosen layout objectives.

OmniDisplay The complete

Video Wall Content Plug-in

OmniDisplay and OmniTicker can deployed as Content Plug-ins to a user’s current AV equipment. This is achieved by streaming a content window to the display with its target x and y coordinates. With a theme of doing more with less, this gives the opportunity to add content to any existing Video Wall, as well as contribute content to a new one.
OmniDisplay Pug-In Set to Target Areas Space for Alternative Sources

Software Deployment

OmniDisplay and OmniTicker run from any standard Windows 10 device that has an HDMI output. With a small number of displays, a user would invoke Windows extended monitor functionally and have multiple HDMI ports, one for each video receiving device. This environment is easily managed from within the standard OmniDisplay and OmniTicker software.

Multi Screen Environment

Where a larger number of displays (usually > 4- 8) are in a network, there are different network approaches to managing multiple OmniDisplay streams. In these environments, we work directly with a client’s AV team, or in partnership with an AV company.

Remote Layout Management

Not complicated - layouts, schedules and playlists can be stored and accessed from anywhere, much the same as any Windows data files. Some clients have us update their layouts and upload them to a cloud shared folder from where they can be accessed, tested, amended as necessary, then deployed across their chosen network

Systems Integration - Data Access

Our approach where possible is to collate, aggregate and consolidate data sources into as few data streams as possible. In some cases this involves receiving different data sources from a client’s internal systems and re-packaging that information in their preferred display formats. The principle is always one of receiving data rather than designing APIs to extract data, which might potentially compromise a client’s access security policies.

OmniDisplay User Guide

and Functional Reference

On this device, the User Guide is best viewed at full screen or via a PDF.
OmniDisplay