Taking place next Thursday at 1 PM, what this webinar ultimately promises is that participants will depart with the knowledge they need to design the direct view LED vision that’s always lived in their head.
We would like to once again explore another slightly technical subject that readers would do well to understand: bit depth. While most people involved in the digital display industry have at least a cursory understanding of the effects of bit depth, many may not fully grasp how it works.
You may have missed it but the CEDIA 2019 show took place earlier this month, bringing together thousands of home technology professionals and hundreds of exhibitors for a weeklong expo. For those unable to make the trip out to Denver for this year’s show, I’d like to share a few of my takeaways from what proved to be a thought-provoking experience.
Displays are designed to communicate something, be that a message, an emotion, or a call to action but if your display is down, what you communicate is failure, regardless of the angle from which an audience can see it.
Light emitting diodes do exactly what their name implies; they emit light. But how? And why? If you’re interested in diving into the world of LED, answering these questions is a natural starting place. So let’s geek out for a bit by exploring the process of electroluminescence! (Don’t worry, we won’t get too technical.)
This Labor Day, though most people won’t be in the office or on the job, remember that we work not for work’s sake but to better our lives and the lives of those who will work in the future. Have a safe and happy holiday!
Large-format digital displays have never been things to simply unbox and hang on the wall, but for decades this was how many manufacturers did business. Under that model, sale of the product was all that mattered. Fortunately for consumers, this short-sighted perception is finally being discarded as manufacturers acknowledge the relative value of product-function has overtaken product-ownership in the hierarchy of consumers’ minds. The selling of product-functions rather than the products themselves is called “servicizing.”
Today’s most innovative schools have recognized that if they want to get students to look away from the screen on their lap or in their hand, you need to offer an even better one. For many of these schools, the display technology they are turning to is large-format LED.