When you wander into a Best Buy to check out a new television for your living room, you don’t make your decision simply based on how each screen looks when viewed straight on. You move around, you walk from side to side, and you do this because you know that once the TV is in your house, you want your family and friends to be able to see a high quality picture from a wide […]
Supporting the role of women in the AV Industry, NanoLumens is proud to extend the ranks of its executive team.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, August 22, 2017 — NanoLumens, award-winning creators of uniquely compelling interactive LED visualization solutions, today announced the promotion of Joe’ Lloyd from Director of Global Marketing to Vice President of Global Marketing, effective immediately. In her new position she will continue to manage the growth and […]
The Institute for Color Research published a study concluding that people make lasting judgements about content within their first 90 seconds of exposure, with a disproportionate share of this judgement dictated by the colors the content employs in conveying its message. For those who handle content creation in-house, consider that well-designed digital signage content reflects on the implications of color research and crafts a color strategy to attract attention, spark emotional reaction, and call consumers […]
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, July 18, 2017 — NanoLumens, award-winning creators of uniquely compelling interactive LED visualization solutions, today announced that they will host a webinar on the issue of public display hacking on August 8, 2017 from 2:00PM to 3:00PM EDT titled “Public Display of Infection: The Top 10 Steps For Protecting Against Hackers.” To register for the webinar, click here.
“For public display owners, there looms a growing concern: Can your connected […]
“Come on, come on, come on now touch me babe!”
Maybe Jim Morrison had it right way back in 1969 – a simple touch can change things. Seems we’re hearing more and more about LED touchscreen displays lately, but is this just the next passing fad, or does touch have potential to be a reality in 2017 and beyond?
First, a little history. In the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, there was plenty of research on the […]
Atlanta-based LED manufacturer NanoLumens has added infra-red edge sensors to make its narrow pixel pitch LED walls interactive, if needed. It’s possible to do touch on an LED with a glass or a hardened plastic overlay, but that comes with baggage (like trapping heat and making servicing a much bigger deal). Here's how it's done.