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NEC Display debuts 1.9mm fine pitch LED video wall
NEC Display Solutions has launched a 1.9mm fine pitch direct view LED video wall it says addresses a growing market need.
Playtime offers up 'digital wall entertainment'
Play equipment provider Playtime has launched interactive LED play panels designed to engage children at shopping centres and childcare facilities.
Digital signage aiding patient recovery - and staff burnout
Digital signage is helping patients at a United States healthcare facility on their road to recovery and helping staff avoid burnout.
From SAMR to signage
Trilby’s Neil Emery outlines how digital signage can be best used in schools.
ViewSonic and Best Wave team up for do-it-yourself digital signage
ViewSonic has teamed up with digital signage software vendor Best Wave to deliver ‘do-it-yourself’ solutions that make digital signage more accessible
Kiwi agents making use of their real estate with interactive store fronts
Window shopping has gone high-tech in New Zealand with two Auckland real estate agents employing interactive storefronts to keep customers engaged.
Kuwait's Burgan Oil Field fires up digital signage
A digital signage solution is giving engineers at Kuwait's Burgan Oil Field the information they need - and helping with collaboration.
LG takes OLED into digital signage for 'unrivaled' picture quality
LG Electronics USA Business Solutions is taking OLED into the commercial arena with paper-thin, dual-sided digital signage displays.
CastNet broadens reach to sports market with new lineup
Digital signage content management system provider CastNet has launched a new family of digital products targeted at the sporting market.
NanoLumens and Navori Labs team up for easier, faster digital signage
NanoLumens and Navori Labs have teamed up in an effort to enable quicker deployment and monetisation of digital signage networks.
oOh!media calls up analytics for targeted out of home advertising
oOh!media is ramping up its targeted advertising offerings for out of home with an exclusive partnership with data and analytics company Quantium.
Digital signage to the rescue for Uni allergy issues
Digital signage has provided the University of Winchester with a contemporary solution to deliver allergy information - and a little marketing as well
Sony DES offers up digital signage for the smartphone generation
Sony DES says its Magictron 4K interactive signage is digital signage for the smartphone generation, enabling them to engage with brands in new ways.
Kiwi company to debut new extreme weather digital signage option
A New Zealand company has developed what it says is a 'groundbreaking' new outdoor display technology designed to withstand extreme weather.
German holographic advertising vendor sets sights on APAC
German holographic advertising vendor Holoco has opened an Australian office as it rolls out its 3D holographic advertising displays throughout APAC.
Fastsigns gears up to offer Chrome-powered digital signage
Fastsigns is adding digital signage offerings powered by Chrome on the back of its recent joining on the Google for Work partner program.
Signagelive and Samsung up interactivity for retailers
Digital signage is allowing high street brands enable customers to interact with displayed content via assistive EPoS applications.
The truth is out there…
Digital signage is being used in the UK and Portugal to drum up publicity for science fiction drama The X-Files, as it returns from extended hiatus.
World's largest LED video wall creates stadium feel for Westgate
Westgate Resorts is home to the world’s largest LED video wall - an enormous curved 20-foot tall and 220-foot long array at Westgate Superbook.
Christie inks deal for experiential displays for National Amusements
Christie has signed an exclusive deal with National Amusements to deliver ‘experiential’ displays and digital posters to theatres across the US.
Coding comes to digital signage with Slush and JCDecaux
JCDecaux took coding to the tram shelter recently, helping relieve waiting passengers' boredom while teaching them to code.
Lanner and Matrox target 4K digital signage with new Intel box
Lanner Electronics has launched a high-performance Intel powered box available as a turnkey video wall solution incorporating Matrox graphics cards.
Melbourne video wall transforms visual content use
Event attendees at the Palladium at Crown in Melbourne, Australia are getting a 'revolutionary' visual experience via a 52 square metre LED video wall
Case study: How is this city becoming a 'smart city'?
In a world moving toward Smart Cities and the Internet of Things, networks must evolve rapidly to meet new challenges.