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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: 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.

Case Study: Walter E. Washington Convention Center Discovers Multi-Purpose Digital LED Solutions

The Walter E Washington Convention Center in Washington DC needed to install a digital display above the entrance to Hall D to keep its 15,000 plus visitors a day engaged and informed as they enter and exit the hall, as well as to add more opportunity to sell advertisements.

Case Study: I-X Center Shakes Things Up With 22 Large-Format, Curved Displays

Convention centers are becoming… unconventional. The most recent hall to shake things up is Cleveland’s International Exposition Center, widely known as the I-X Center, which realized it needed more than its massive dimensions to capture attention. It looked to AV for a fresh source of sizzle.

Case Study: The Madame Tussauds Experience in Times Square

For the world famous, 250-year old Madam Tussauds’ brand, not only was parent company Merlin Entertainment looking to attract more pedestrian foot traffic into the iconic wax museum, but it also wanted to freshen up the museum’s somewhat antiquated image. And, the static posters hanging in the museum’s storefront windows simply weren’t cutting it. The museum decided that LED digital displays were the way to go

Case Study: World-Renowned Children’s Hospital Adds a New Dimension to Patient Healing

In an effort to redirect patient focus and make their stay as pleasant and engaging as possible, a world-renowned children's hospital used custom LED displays to introduce the positive energy and beauty of nature indoors; fostering a genuine healing environment for these chronically ill children.

Case Study: Red Rock Casino

Las Vegas is the mecca of all things gambling, and every little competitive advantage can equate to massive revenue. Red Rock Casino already had a gigantic-sized sports book – a place where sports and betting enthusiasts could congregate to watch games, matches, or races, kick back with a beer or two, and place some bets on the action. But, Red Rock wanted to up the oomph, and make its sports book a true showstopper.

Case Study: Toronto Pearson Airport Blends Artistry Into the Travel Experience

To empower their travelers, Toronto Pearson Airport sought to fill their busiest terminal with a uniquely artistic structure that was sure to deliver the impression that the city of Toronto deserved. To bring their vision to life, Toronto-Pearson needed a partner that could provide a display with more than just a standard LED screen, but the ability to invoke true artistic inspiration.

Case Study: An Interactive Walk Through History Brings Hy-Vee to Life

Supported by six columns with 4-foot diameters, Hy-vee's lobby was in need of a brilliant display system that could accommodate the columns’ severe curvature and complement the fixed displays adorning the walls of the area with the end goal of transforming the space into a truly immersive experience reminiscent of a Hollywood movie set.

University of Kansas

As one of the country’s most prestigious institutions, The University of Kansas knew they needed a destination point for students determined to move business forward. To promote the spirit of innovation the school is so committed to, the administration understood that the new Capitol Federal Hall School of Business had to foster a higher level of collaboration between faculty, students, and visitors. The administration desired a space that could provide large open areas where all visitors to the building could interact but in order to manufacture this kind of spontaneous networking, the building needed a focal point that would immediately draw everyone’s attention.

Case Study: Penn Station

From early in the morning to late at night, Penn Station is bustling with more than 300,000 daily commuters and visitors, generating thousands of touchpoints for advertisers. Penn Station recognized that they had a great opportunity to engage commuters with a double-sided digital display solution that delivers both advertising and travel information.

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