The future of LED displays has never been brighter as AV integrators, designers and end-user customers come to understand how to better assess the total cost of ownership (TCO) of LED and LCD solutions, according to the results of a recently completed online industry survey of 454 participants conducted by NanoLumens, award-winning creators of LED visualization solutions.
The new Engineering and Computer Science West (ECSW) building at the University of Texas at Dallas, a dazzling glass and metal structure with soaring ceilings and huge interior windows offering views into each lab, was designed by faculty and staff to showcase engineering in action and inspire the next generation of engineers. New LED technology reflects building’s goal of showing engineering in action and inspiring students to develop tomorrow’s engineering marvels.
Palace Skateboards, one of the world’s newest skateboard and apparel companies, fuses creative design with cutting edge technologies to build luxury retail stores that give consumers an experience unlike anywhere else. The brand's recently launched Los Angeles location is its most inventive to date, utilizing a 13.5-foot-tall by 7-foot-wide, 2.5mm pixel pitch curved NanoLumens LED display and a projection mapping system to create a one-room visual journey focused on skateboarding.
Kettering Brain and Spine, a part of Kettering Health Network, recently equipped it’s new Dayton, Ohio location with NanoLumens visual technologies meant to relax, inform, and make a statement to patients and visitors.
When Peachtree Corners, Georgia began a complete redevelopment of its two-acre Town Green, local officials saw an opportunity to deliver on the city’s motto of “Innovative and Remarkable” by creating a forward-thinking outdoor space that serves the entire community. The recently completed downtown park features play structures and interactive water features for kids, ample seating, a professional performance stage — and a crown jewel 22-foot-wide by 12.5-foot-tall NanoLumens LED display.
When West Bend Mutual Insurance decided to update the audiovisual technologies at its West Bend, Wisconsin headquarters, they recognized that one room in particular needed the most cutting-edge video display available - the boardroom where both internal and external senior-level executives hold meetings. According to West Bend’s facilities engineer, Joe Philipps, they considered a wide range of display options, ultimately deciding that an 8-foot-wide by 4.5-foot-tall, 1.87mm pixel pitch NanoLumens LED display would provide a brilliant, seamless presentation system for years to come.
The new 64.5-foot-wide curved NanoLumens Nixel Series™ display provides a canvas where the casino can engage guests with stunning visual content unlike any they’ve seen before, as demonstrated in this striking online video.
The newsroom at the Dallas Morning News has been delivering breaking stories and commentary to residents of the Dallas-Fort Worth area for more than 130 years. The historic newsroom, built in 1951, recently received an oversized technology upgrade with the integration of a 6mm pixel pitch, 75’ wide by 2’ tall NanoLumens Nixel Series™ LED display that serves as a 24/7 news ticker showing the organization’s latest headlines. According to Gerald Reeves, Project Manager for Facility Solutions Group (FSG), which installed the display, the Dallas Morning News wanted a cutting-edge technology that, in the end, only NanoLumens could provide.