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.
Evidenced by the rise of luxury theaters, premium membership clubs, and more comprehensive theater amenities, customers have indicated they are willing to pay a higher price for an elevated movie going experience.
Charlotte International Airport is but one example of how well-placed indoor LED displays stretch their performance beyond the walls of their inside space, often being seen through wide windows from miles away.
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.
For anyone paying attention, direct view LED display technology is tracking to replace projection technology within the cinema space with better performing digital alternatives. Here's a glossary of terms - the words and phrases you need to know before embarking on a digital cinema project.
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.
The pro AV world is a pretty exciting place and its beating heart will be on full display this coming week in Amsterdam at Integrated Systems Europe, starting Tuesday, February 5! As usual, NanoLumens will be there to take in the atmosphere and share some of our coolest new developments! Attendees will be able to find us with our distribution partner Stampede in Hall 14, booth B180.
Video walls as art is a much better use for your art budge than traditional canvass art, especially if you require a long-term attention and investment. To discover how industries have used NanoLumens technology as art, read our latest blog.
Video wall technology evolves quickly, so customers are right to be wary of buying something that may soon become obsolete, especially when it may take time to generate a positive return on the initial costs. By selling display solutions as a service, NanoLumens guards customers against the risks of obsolescence, and fast-tracks the path to a positive ROI.