High-Dynamic-Range video, or HDR as you’ve likely read it, describes video with a greater dynamic range than that of standard-dynamic-range (SDR) video, with dynamic range defined as the difference between the brightest and darkest points of an image. The day where HDR content is on every display is still in the future, so right now consumers should turn to the manufacturers they trust if they’re targeting an HDR experience for their audience.
On a faceted display audiences can see the content but they can also see the facets, undercutting the level of immersion the content can achieve. There are a variety of design, manufacture, and performance related problems that arise when working with a faceted display solution so it’s important to buyers that these potential challenges be articulated. As the only manufacturer who creates a truly curved product, we at NanoLumens are uniquely positioned to explain.
With Las Vegas and the 2019 Digital Signage Expo in the rearview mirror, NanoLumens would like to take this opportunity to give a big shout out to everyone that helped make the show so special! The long days and tiring nights of DSE always provide an exhaustive experience that leaves staff, presenters, and attendees simultaneously fulfilled and wiped out, so we thank everyone involved for their time and energy.
The range of utility a casino can extract from LED display technology is vast and the casinos that best take advantage of it will have a dramatic edge on their competitors for years to come. One area in specific where a casino can utilize LED technology is on their gaming floor.