Tag:man_made=video_wall

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Description
A digital screen, typically constructed out of smaller LED panels. Edit or translate this description.
Group: Man made
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesmay be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Status: approvedPage for proposal

A  Video wall (also called an LED Wall) is a digital screen, typically constructed out of smaller  LED panels. Digital screens are used to show video, film, TV, camera feeds, advertising content, or other digital content. They are especially common at large events, and at events venues like stadiums and outdoor cinemas.

Tagging

Draw a node Node or a way Way, and tag it as man_made=video_wall. A Way is more useful to 3D rendering software.

Keep in mind Good Practice: do not map LED walls set up temporarily for an event.

Notes:

Other useful tags to use in combination are support=*, operator=*, height=*, min_height=* (see examples below)

Examples


  1. Technically the screen is hanging off the truss, but is nevertheless sitting at ground level
  2. Keep in mind Good Practice: do not map LED walls set up temporarily for an event

Special Cases

Height

Use the tags height=* and min_height=* to map the height of the screen. See the page min_height=* for a good explanation of how to use tags

See also