New Nureva Wall solution aimed at bringing digital working walls to more spaces and use cases
Nureva Inc. a collaboration-solutions company, will debut the Nureva Wall WM408i system at ISE in Amsterdam next week.
The new WM408i combines a high-definition ultra-short-throw projector with a projected capacitive multitouch surface to create an expansive interactive working space that supports a wide range of collaborative processes and activities.
“As enterprise adoption of our solution grows, customers have experienced the transformative value of digital working walls as an accelerator of their collaborative processes,” said Nancy Knowlton, Nureva’s CEO. “The Nureva Wall WM408i system gives them new opportunities to enable a wider variety of collaborative spaces and brings the value of advanced visual collaboration to a broader set of use cases.”
The ‘tightly integrated’ system delivers an advanced multitouch experience in nearly any space, regardless of the wall type or lighting. The new system also incorporates an automated start-up experience through presence detection. Walls from 7.5′ (2.29 m) to 30′ (9.14 m) wide can be installed in side-by-side or corner configurations to create workspaces tailored to individual customer needs.
The Nureva Wall is optimized for use with Span visual collaboration software, but can also be used with any Windows OS application.
Availability and pricing
The Nureva Wall will be available for pre-order from next month through its global network of dealers and distributors, and will begin shipping in June. The MSRP in the United States is $8,999. Prices in other countries will vary.
What’s in the box?
The Nureva Wall WM408i system includes:
A solid-state illumination (SSI) 1080p ultra-short-throw projector, featuring 3600 lumens in a unique 17:9 aspect ratio with an expected life of 25,000 hours, and integrated image alignment to support single and multisystem configurations
A 7.5′ (2.29 m) wide (100″ diagonal) multitouch interactive surface, incorporating presence detection, a power on/off button and an interlocking feature to simplify multisystem installation
Up to four walls can be combined to create a 30′ (9.14 m) wide working space, with the most common configurations being two (15′ or 4.57 m) or three (22.5′ or 6.86 m) systems. Multiple walls can be installed side-by-side or in a corner.