• "WOW" Walls at the University of Texas Medical Branch at League City.

Welcome to Vertical Visions.biz world of “WOW” Walls and “WOW” Ceiling products. Our back-lit LED image illumination panels have been enhancing public lobbies, hospital clinic waiting rooms and homes for years.

The concept of creating a “park like” setting is achieved with our beautiful image illumination product. Whether on walls or ceiling, our product is designed to relax patients and their families. The same idea of relaxation is true for visitors and employees of public buildings.

Vertical Visions.biz technology is utilized to create a safe and economical method to illuminate work, patient or living areas.

Please explore our web-site to discover all of our back-lit LED and non-back lit interior design products. We also have a gallery for images to pick from at no extra charge. Any high quality image can be utilized with proper permission.

2019 WOW at University Medical

Our newest installation of our “WOW” Walls at the University of Texas Medical Branch at League City. We installed 4 of them in 2011 and were asked to install 2 more exactly like what we did then in their new addition.

Introducing Wow Canvas Vinyl

Flexible image “Wow Canvas Vinyl”, a translucent vinyl with a texture like canvas for beautiful image and environment and interior design for healing and relaxation of patrons, patients and customers. Excellent for branding and image switch-out for a different look or change-up functionality.

Featured at the Patient Empowerment Initiative

Vertical Visions was proud to be the featured display at the Patient Empowerment Initiative for the Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.

Created by Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc., the Patient Experience Simulation Lab is a unique workshop established to present realistic patient scenarios to demonstrate the importance of patient-centered design. This workshop was set inside the full scale model of The 2012 Patient Empowered Room. Participants experienced this environment from the perspectives of the end users, each having the opportunity to move about the space assuming the role of the patient or family member in a pre-determined scenario. During this process, attendees collaborated with other participants to identify critical design considerations and to discuss new ideas.