What impact does strict binning have on LED display performance? Do the differences between diodes really matter? Discover these answers and others as we breakdown the what and why of digital signage binning.
Occasionally an innovation arises that allows LED display manufacturers to improve both efficiency and performance. Introducing “flip-chip” architecture, an advancement that represents an alternative method for mounting LED packages onto package substrates or, in the case of Chip-on-Board packages, directly onto circuit boards.
Airports are serving as a cultural arts centers for busy travelers who may not have time to take in a city's museums, galleries, or parks. Immersive LED displays have become the leading tool to that end.
High Dynamic Range (HDR), from content creation to display delivery, is the critical step towards realistic lifelike images to the viewer’s eye. But what exactly is HDR and how does it work on emissive screens? What follows will be my attempt to answer those questions.
If you are a decision-maker within your organization, the boardroom is likely one of the primary places where you make the case for your decisions. Shouldn’t you want to make that case as sexy and sophisticated as possible? An LED display in your boardroom will help you do that more effectively.
Ready to brush up on some digital signage lingo? White point is the term used to reference the appearance of white on a screen or surface. It is also called color temperature. Get more details - including the term's background - right here.
With Integrated Systems Europe fewer than a dozen days away, NanoLumens would like to voice our excitement for this year’s show. We’ll be sending several of our smartest minds to Amsterdam this year and we’d love to schedule some time to meet!
We’ve written in this space before about the degrees of freedom in design NanoLumens grants each of our clients but its worth briefly touching on the media architecture successes of a few installations because each represents a remarkable achievement in thinking outside the box.
The new year is here and the digital signage landscape looks a lot different than it did this time last year. We expect it will evolve even further over the course of 2020 and we’ve highlighted a few areas we think might experience some noteworthy changes.