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.
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. They decided to anchor it with LED displays. Discover the why and the how here:
At Arizona State University’s newly renovated Beus Center for Law and Society in Phoenix, Level 3 Audiovisual, one of the nation’s top audiovisual integration firms, recently installed a 33’W X 11.5’H NanoLumens Nixel Series™ display that passersby simply cannot miss. In recognition of this tremendous visual achievement, Commercial INTEGRATOR honored Level 3, Arizona State, and NanoLumens with their 2017 CI Integration Award for Best Higher Education Project.
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Level 3 Audiovisual had a pair of powerful forces working against it as it looked to be Arizona State University’s (ASU) integration firm on a $2.4 million, 220,000-square-foot project that included AV technology in almost every room of its Beus Center for Law. One obstacle was the power of money. The other powerful force was the sun.
NanoLumens Nixel Series™ LED Display Shines Brighter Than the Arizona Sun at Renovated Arizona State University’s Beus Center
The Arizona State University Law School’s new indoor billboard-sized digital display becomes a full-frame video wall when viewed from outside.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, March 28, 2017 — It’s not often that a building’s interior wall is used to make an impression on passersby outside. Then again, not every building has a billboard-sized high-resolution LED display inside that dominates the view through the first floor lobby’s large windows. At Arizona State University’s newly renovated Beus […]
Higher education has a growing need to engage students who were born into the world of digital devices. Higher-education institutions look to engage students through a multiplatform digital approach: These technology deployments are evolving to more ubiquitous digital experiences. It’s all about messaging and communicating to the student population through technology modes they choose. A big movement toward large format direct view LED displays in common areas with high traffic is underway. We are seeing institutions bring student groups together for an on-campus experience driven by technology; I believe the genesis is the ongoing war against online education. The campus experience must be unique and memorable — and unique technology deployments offer something to the student they can’t receive online.