Commanding Communication: Display Networks in Command Centers
For command and control centers across the world, NanoLumens is there for critical information when low resolution, bezels, and electronic failures simply won’t do. Get the details on LED displays for command and control centers here.
Buyer Beware! Costs Don’t Stop After Initial LCD Purchase!
Halloween is upon is. That means ghosts, goblins, ghouls, and gravestones will decorate streets and sidewalks across the country for the remaining days of October. While these spooky spectacles may frighten both children and parents alike, we in the digital…
Attention Architects: Our Answer is “Yes”
Architects: no matter the constraints placed on your design challenge, the NanoLumens answer is “yes.” Whatever it is, we can make it work. Here’s why.
Braves Brighten Battery with Brilliant LED Centerpiece
Suntrust Park and the Atlanta Braves brighten the battery and engage fans with a brilliant baseball-shaped LED display!
Airport Digital Signage Solutions: We’ve Got ‘Em All!
Though an airport ultimately exists to help transport people from one place to another, in practice an airport performs a sprawling variety of functions. And while successful travel is certainly the primary factor in a passenger’s experience, there are countless…
Find us at ACI-NA!
In their own words, the mission of the Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) is “to advocate policies and provide services that strengthen the ability of commercial airports to serve their passengers, customers, and communities. As a leading provider…
Brightline Welcomes Passengers Aboard with Captivating LED Column
It can be challenging to travel along the coastal highways of Florida. The sheer volume of traffic creates logjams that can extend a quick half-hour drive well into the two-hour range. All Aboard Florida is seeking to remedy these transportation…
An Inside to Match the Outside: Chicago’s Aon Center Lights Its Lobby with LED
One of the most recognizable buildings in Chicago had a problem: it was boring. When it first opened in 1974, the Aon Center was the fourth-tallest building in the world. Boasting a façade clad entirely in Italian Carrara marble, the…
Digital Signage: Can Gaming Venues Learn From Sports Venues? You Bet.
Can casinos learn a thing or two from the way sports venues have adopted and utilized digital signage? They can and they have! Find out how.
Reflections on Labor Day
The first Monday of every September is celebrated in the United States as Labor Day. First instituted as an official public holiday in 1887 by the state of Oregon, Labor Day became an official federal holiday a few years later…