Cox Hospitality was recently awarded the contract for communications at the Las Vegas Convention Center and sought for a platform to manage the existing digital display network. They were also updating their main lobby and executive conference room in their Atlanta headquarters. In both instances, Cox Communications chose NanoLumens for their visualization solution needs. Read more by downloading our case study.
In a piece on giant 8K direct view LED displays, the description of 8K was somewhat off the mark, since marketing of indoor LED has so far been almost exclusively focused on pixel pitch, the increasingly narrow gap between LED lights on the displays. NanoLumens added a clarifying comment to that does a terrific job of explaining how resolution comes into play in LED screens.
TRULIFE™: Cinema Quality Visuals
Since the dawn of time, mankind has worked to capture, save and display images of their lives. At NanoLumens, we understand that displays as big as life can help to make them a story well told; and that is why we work every day to bring the truest images to life with the TruLife™.
NanoLumens’ TruLife™ is the visual performance evolution of Direct View LED displays to meet and then exceed the image quality created from today’s best systems providing for perceptual results that more closely represent natural images from our lives; and it is available on all NanoLumens displays.
Having taken the lead with the development and installation of its first Direct View Cinema LED display three years ago, NanoLumens, award-winning creators of uniquely compelling interactive LED visualization solutions, predicts cinemas represent the next great channel opportunity for Direct View LED displays and called upon the entire industry to collaborate to create an unprecedented in-theater experience for movie goers. According to NanoLumens CEO Rick Cope, the company installed its first Direct View Cinema LED display nearly three years ago at the Telstra Corporate Experience Center in Sydney, Australia and has been actively advancing the technology of cinema displays ever since.
The largest impact in creating true-to-life images over the past 20 years has been resolution. These changes have occurred in the home with television and computers as well as at the theater. We have all experienced the increasing trend in resolution improvements for both digital cinema converting from film to enjoyment in our home television. We have also moved from DVD standard resolution to HD (2k), and today to UHD (4k) and have seen demonstrations of soon to be available 8K systems. As amazing as the eye performs, it will have a difficult time seeing more value from >8K. But everyone must realize there is more stimulation the eye can sense, and it is imperative that we as an industry provide that greater stimulation; taking advantage of sensory systems and the true-life of the display. Read more.
Maybe Jim Morrison had it right way back in 1969 – a simple touch can change things. Seems we’re hearing more and more about touch on LED displays lately, but is this just the next passing fad, or does touch have potential to be a reality in 2017 and beyond? Nanolumens recognized that the dream of interacting with information on a touch display was not as far as we were all led to believe and, as of this past month, has installed in several high profile locations, our very own touch-enabled fine pixel pitch technology as a part of our Engage Series LED displays. More.
NanoLumens, award-winning creators of uniquely compelling interactive LED visualization solutions, today introduced true glassless touch screen technology as an available option on the ENGAGE Series of fine pixel pitch LED displays. According to NanoLumens CEO Rick Cope, touch-enabled NanoLumens ENGAGE displays have already been installed in a regional office of a leading Fortune 500 industrial conglomerate and on a Global 2,000 corporate campus in North America. Read more.
NanoLumens, award-winning creators of uniquely compelling interactive LED visualization solutions, today announced the installation of two stunning LED displays in the new bingo room at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. According to the integration team at National Technology Associates (NTA), which performed the installation, the two large NanoLumens displays dominate the room and the area outside of the room, adding vibrancy and excitement, whether guests are inside playing bingo or just passing by on the casino floor. MORE.
All NanoLumens LED Digital Posts are enhanced with AWARE™, a hardware based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) display management ecosystem that gives you an unparalleled advantage in the digital world. AWARE combines your display diagnostics and support functions with content management services and a robust audience measurement platform giving you a complete view to effectively communicate with your audience. AWARE’s ability to integrate, augment and enhance incumbent 3rd party solutions, interactive content, live video feeds, and advanced sensors means your displays will remain as effective tomorrow as they are today. Read more about AWARE here.
Confirmed by ILAC accredited labs, NanoLumens meets the following European Rail safety standards: EN45545-2 (ISO 5660-1) for Heat Release Rate, EN45545-2 (ISO 5659-2) for Smoke Density, EN45545-2 (ISO 5658-2) for Flame Spread, and EN45545 Annex C for Toxicity. Download the specs below.
NanoLumens’ patented Nixel™ technology is now the first LED display technology to meet certain specific European Rail safety standards for heat release rate, smoke density, flame spread and toxicity. According to NanoLumens CEO Rick Cope the certification comes at a time when the company is expanding its footprint in the transportation industry. Read more details here.