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Case Studies2020-06-22T15:02:49-04:00

Our Clients – In Their Own Words

Every client and installation has an LED display success story. Here, you’ll find some of NanoLumens’ standout installations and the steps of their journey, including quotes from our sales and engineering departments, channel partners, and the clients themselves.

Case Study: Legacy Union

The Legacy Union development in Uptown Charlotte is on a mission to assert its primacy as the Queen City’s most impressive high rise development. The lobby is framed by tall two-story floor-to-ceiling windows that look out across a lively plaza toward Tryon Street, Charlotte’s main thoroughfare. Legacy Union knew they needed a modern digital visual feature so compelling it couldn’t be ignored.

NanoLumens Airports: You Are Now Free to Move About The Airport

The most successful airports are increasingly turning to dynamic LED signage to deliver highly specific real-time information to vast groups of transitory audiences. However, while digital signage may be the common thread linking many of these airports together, the challenges and solutions in each airport are unique. This omnibus of airport case studies will illustrate the dramatic range of applications for LED signage in airport spaces, with the goal of inspiring future airports to view LED not as a rigidly defined product but rather as a creative material they can use to elevate any element of their built environment.

NanoLumens Debuts Locally Hosted Version of AWARE® for the Ultra-Secure Management of Display Networks

The powerful diagnostics and real-time analytics tools of the NanoLumens display management platform are now viable for businesses with strict data security mandates ATLANTA, GEORGIA, September 27, 2019 —  NanoLumens, the award-winning creators of LED visualization solutions in any size, shape or [...]

Suria KLCC Shopping Mall Delights Six-story Atrium With Dynamic Double-sided Display

Suria KLCC Shopping Mall in Malaysia recently added the world’s largest double-sided LED display their impressive list of attractions, courtesy of NanoLumens, award-winning creators of uniquely compelling interactive LED visualization solutions.

McCarran Airport Embraces the Vibrancy of Vegas With LED Signage

McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas is the gateway to one of the most luxurious cities in the world. Spurred by studies showing consumers engage more thoroughly with digitally delivered ads than with static content, McCarran and their signage partner, Lamar Advertising, recognized an opportunity for a technological overhaul in their airport environment.

Charlotte Douglas International Airport Transforms Passenger Experience with Crowning Digital Art Achievement

As the primary air travel hub for the Carolinas and gateway to much of the American Southeast, Charlotte Douglas International Airport services millions of travelers every year. To bolster its ability to offer premiere air travel services, the city of Charlotte enacted a $2.5 billion renovation project entitled “Destination CLT,” which will revamp several elements of the airport and its facilities by 2025. This dramatic overhaul focuses primarily on large-scale physical expansions, including the construction of new gates, a new runway, expanded roadways and curbfronts, and a new air traffic control tower. Though impressive, these renovations didn’t exactly bring a “wow” factor that the airport hoped to inject into their passengers’ overall experience. For that objective, they turned towards finding a futuristic digital art feature that could serve as a defining symbol for the airport and the city as a whole.

Case Study: NBA Team Takes the Game Outdoors with ‘White Hot’ Fan Engagement

Engaging fans in a city like Miami where there is also football, baseball and college sports to contend with, can be demanding. With little parking and too few places to congregate, it is in fact an NBA-sized challenge, but when the Miami HEAT brought imagination and the intensity of indoor LED outside, the iconic experience was "white hot."

Case Study: Phoenix College – Upgrading A Historic Auditorium The Smart Way

Bulpitt Auditorium serves as the centerpiece for Phoenix College and hosts many important college, district and community events. When the almost century old institution needed to upgrade the auditorium with the latest video technology to entertain and inform attendees, as well as aid them in educational endeavors, they turned to NanoLumens. The challenge was installing large LED displays in an environmentally friendly way while maintaining the historic feel of the facility.

Case Study: Atlanta Mega Church Goes Big for Millennial Parishioners

Perimeter Church has a beautiful, large sanctuary laced with floor to ceiling windows. Trying to stay technologically ahead of the game, they'd been using two projection screens on the sides of the 2,305-seat sanctuary to highlight scripture passages and hymnal lyrics. Turning to the leader in indoor LED Display solutions, Perimeter Church sought a technical solution to replace the projectors that would allow natural light to flood into the sanctuary for a breathtaking experience like no other. Read our free case study to see how this was accomplished.

Case Study: Winstar World Casino Transforms Gaming Plaza With Two LED Digital Displays

When Winstar Casino broke ground on its new  Gaming Plaza, they set out to create a totally new kind of ‘casino within a casino’ called Casino 360 — featuring 4000 square feet of pulsating lights, sounds, and music with 151 gaming machines offering a dynamic, interactive community experience to its Players Club members. It features a 4mm Nixel Series™ cylinder, measuring 6 feet in diameter and 5-feet tall, and a 6mm Nixel Series™ display that measures 20-inches tall and more than 205-feet long.

Case Study: The Digital Difference – GTE Financial Attracts And Informs New Clients

A brokerage firm with retail locations needed a large-format display to serve as an informative stock and news ticker for their New York City location. The goal was to find a cutting-edge digital display solution that would draw new customers into their branch from the street, engage and inform clients, and set the branch apart from the competition as an innovation leader.

Case Study: Terra Networks Adorns São Paulo Metro Line With Suspended Digital Ring

Terra Networks, the largest media company in Latin America needed large format LED display technology for the 11 lines of the São Paulo Metro Line 4 or Via Quatro as it’s commonly known, their newest and most advanced subway line. This ambitious project was heralded to be the largest digital out-of-home project in the world at the time, including every type of digital signage imaginable.

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