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InfoComm 2022: Just Add Power’s Warp Wall is Highlighted in Las Vegas with Taft Stricklin

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AVNation’s Rich Fregosa is on the InfoComm 2022 Las Vegas show floor with Taft “The Dude” Stricklin of Just Add Power. Taft is excited to celebrate the company’s thirtieth anniversary of creating high-tech video distribution products. Being back with customers, clients, friends, and coworkers has been an excellent experience for Taft and his team. 

After spending so much time innovating over the past two years, InfoComm is an excellent opportunity to show off the hard work. Here, Taft is proud to display the Just Add Power Warp Wall. All of the company’s products can do portrait or landscape displays, but to angle something, consumers will need to add the Warp Engine. 

The Warp Wall has two options. One is “set it and forget it” mode, where consumers have the display at one specific angle at all times. The other option allows users to turn the angle of the device while it keeps video level. 

The Warp has been shipping for about two years now, and it’s been a part of some very innovative and artistic displays.

For more information on Just Add Power, visit their website here. You can also find them on social media, @JustAddPowerHD. 

More coverage of InfoComm 2022 is available now. Learn more about our conversations with the additional companies and integrators on the show floor here.


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