In addition to the standard position of the projector or display on a table, you can use a wide range of other options to place the device.
For example, it can be hung on the wall or ceiling, placed in the space on a fixed or mobile stand, or it is possible to use tilting mechanisms or lifts that allow the projector or display to be hidden (in the ceiling or in furniture).
a solution where it is not possible to place the display on the wall. Brackets are usually designed for hanging, but there are also variants for two displays back to back, or sets of 3–4 displays. Brackets are equipped with hidden cabling and make it possible to adjust the tilt of the display in the range of 0–20 degrees downwards.
allow the display to be hung on the wall. In the portfolio, you will find a lot of fixed brackets, tilting brackets and hinged brackets, which allow the display to be moved away from the wall and turned to one side or the other. Brackets with a pull-out mechanism are intended for multi-display video wall systems; they enable simple installation and disassembly of displays even in the middle of the wall, their extension forward and access to the fixing mechanism.
a solution suitable for placing the display in a room where the device cannot be attached to the wall or ceiling (e.g. a glass partition or a historically protected building). It is also useful in case you need to transport the display to several rooms. The stands either have a fixed height, but with other types you can adjust it mechanically or with an electric lift. Stands with the possibility of attaching two displays next to each other and equipped with shelves for a camera, codec or soundbar are designed for video conferencing solutions.
an ideal solution if you want to hide unused AV technology that would otherwise disturb the interior of the room. Lifts for projectors are located in drop ceilings, lifts for displays are usually found in furniture cabinets from which the display rises.