Purpose-built for transportation hubs, our new display technology not only informs travelers, they meet or exceed European rail standards for heat release rate, smoke density, flame spread, and toxicity. Read our latest blog to discover why this is important.
When the Melbourne City Council needed a display to promote and celebrate the city’s rich aboriginal history, they turned to NanoLumens for a LED display solution that would re-imagine a 19th century building for 21st century visitors.
During a recent revamp, it became apparent that the Navy Pier needed a bolder way to inform guests. NanoLumens provided the perfect solution with four of its Engage Series™ true HD displays that act as Navy Pier’s new, visually stunning welcome to guests.
A new Sydney Trains Rail Operations Centre (ROC) control room now features one of the world’s largest command and control LED displays. This display, which includes the largest number of pixels, was designed, engineered and installed by NanoLumens, award-winning creators of LED displays in any size, shape or curvature, from a commission by Australian integration firm Critical Room Solutions and technology consultant Digital Place Solutions (DPS).
When your brand is all about flavor and your company slogan suggests you “Bring the Joy of Flavor to Life,” you best display a bit of this “spice” when visitors enter your new $170 million headquarters. Global spice manufacturer McCormick & Company recently turned that task over to NanoLumens, award-winning creators of uniquely compelling interactive LED visualization solutions, a company that knows all about adding some visual flavor to open spaces.