A new sculpture inspired by Ontario’s floral emblem, the trillium, stands 35 ft. (10.5 meters) tall in Terminal 1 of . But to frequent travelers and locals, it’s simply “the flower.”
The sculpture uses custom-shaped flower “petals” with built-in flexible displays employing NanoLumens’ flexible pixel technology. The display interface unit (DIU) uses a proprietary signal to prevent hacking. Very low levels of electromagnetic interference (EMI) also rank high on the list of priorities for international airports.
Station Casino's Palace Station has recently installed NanoLumens displays for its booming bingo area. Dave Merlino, VP of Sales for NanoLumens' Western US region, spoke to Casino International about the project.
The Internet of Things has arrived, and its reach is expanding. In its increasingly common usage, the term “Internet of Things” refers to the network of every day physical objects, structures, and vehicles linked to and accessible through internet connectivity. Each has embedded within it the necessary and sufficient technology to communicate with the external world. It’s not just our phones, home devices, and cars that are synced to each other through an internet connection; the digital signage industry has also solidified its presence on the grid.
Consumers expect businesses to be authentic about their ideals, and a well-thought out content strategy should represent these beliefs transparently. Marketing is about telling a story, and understanding the growing trends in display content is crucial to constructing that narrative. Businesses should use their digital display content for a variety of applications, like informing users of the brand’s presence on these channels.
LED installations have the power to alter a higher education institution’s future by displaying the best of campus life or simplifying the life of teachers who just want their presentations to run smoothly. In this slideshow featuring several NanoLumens solutions, you’ll see some prime examples of AV installations that put the focus on improving students’ and teachers’ experience in the learning environment. It’s difficult to do both: professors require one-touch, fast-working control systems, while college students are notoriously hard to impress.
While many of the challenges of electronic cinema have been met with DLP, the question exists: Is there any way that another technology — direct view LED displays — can begin the effort to resolve limitations and meet the requirements of cinema? The challenges are large but the requirements have been carefully defined by many experts to assure that the destination, if met, can be a suitable replacement for some of the vulnerable portions of the digital cinema market. Looking at the challenges, we can assess how much work will be required.