InfoComm is annually one of the largest, most exciting pro-AV events in the world and this year will be no exception. Attendees can find NanoLumens award-winning displays showcased in Booth #1329 exhibited by our partners from Stampede Global.
Longtime leaders in the LED visualization space, particularly within airports, NanoLumens has just released a new white paper that delves beyond the broad, surface-level utility of dynamic signage in airport spaces to explore several more specialized purposes for which many of the world’s top airports have strategically deployed their dynamic signage assets. “The Role of Dynamic Signage in an Evolving Airport Environment” highlights exemplary digital signage use cases from JFK International, Toronto Pearson International, Changi International, and many other global hubs that serve as guiding inspiration for future airports looking to use digital technology.
We’ve written in the past about how sports stadiums are using digital displays to maximize their ubiquitous dead spaces to reach audiences in unusual places, but there are innovators in other venues doing the same. Let’s take a look at a few of these organizations who have placed their displays in unusual locations to bring their dead space back to life.
The most effective way to get an audience to care about a story is to make them feel like they are a part of it. As younger, more digitally fluent generations age into the population, forward-thinking corporations have integrated digital display solutions into their spaces to connect with clients, employees, and guests who expect to see screens everywhere they go. These companies are not just installing run-of-the-mill displays though. They are creating entire environments enveloped by displays, effectively immersing viewers into a digital landscape.