Even though most of us were introduced to the color wheel when we were kids, there is only a certain range of colors that are perceptible and differentiable to the human eye. But to REALLY differentiate between different colors, you need math.
Statistics show LED displays are more effective at attracting and maintaining attention, as well as brighter and more energy efficient than LCD displays.
NanoLumens allows designers, architects, and artists to think in any size, shape, or curvature, and then we take those ideas and turn them into a digital display reality.
Our Ramp Information Display Systems are durable enough to withstand intense heat and bitter cold, sturdy enough to hold up against heavy precipitation, secure enough to keep out dust, dirt, or any other debris the wind might whip up, and bright enough to compete with the sun.
Almost a decade ago, NanoLumens introduced the world to large-format flexible digital display technology and we’ve been pushing the technological boundaries of the industry since then. Our hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed. This week, we continued our winning streak with honors at two major AV/digital signage awards, the InAVate Awards and the Digital Signage Awards.
The InAvate Awards was a sold-out event that took place at the Gashouder, […]
The first public screening of a film using a projector was in 1895. Well over a century later, most theaters are still using the same technology to show their films. LED display tech for cinema is about to change that.