NanoLumens launched Captivate Series, an easy-to-integrate dvLED display for corporate meeting rooms, houses of worship, higher education facilities, and similar environments.
Continuing to emphasize the importance of creativity in the design of compelling LED display installations, NanoLumens has opened submission for its sixth annual Crystal Nixel Awards.
When it comes to big, bright visuals, nothing beats direct-view LED. The following is a roundup of the most noteworthy new offerings from leading manufacturers.
Gillette Stadium features a new interactive fan experiences, enhanced stadium viewing, and a robust software platform to drive social media engagement.
Nanolumens' revamped Performance Series offers customers a higher-performing outdoor solution with additional design and specification freedom.
NanoLumens content series will feature contributions from a rotating array of LED experts across a range of concentrations from engineering to design and ROI strategies.
When San Antonio Airport wanted modern, high-impact displays, they selected NanoLumens LED technology for four strategic and high-trafficked locations.
Manufacturers discuss trends including AV over IP distribution, unified communications, gigabit Ethernet networks, and various forms of collaboration technologies.
NanoLumens has introduced a locally hosted version of its AWARE LED and LCD display management system.
McCarran Airport recently installed a plethora of direct view LED displays to boost advertisers’ ‘"first impact" on visitors.
Bigger, brighter, and blending better into their environments, we examine how video walls are transforming the way we look at everything from entertainment to critical data.
Korean cosmetics retailer Innisfree decided to one-up its competitors by installing a huge, super-bright NanoLumens ENGAGE Series LED display that is easily seen from the street, 24 hours a day.
Melbourne City Council recently turned to Citadel Technology Solutions, Digital Place Solutions, and NanoLumens to reimagine a 19th century building for a 21st century audience.
A new Sydney Trains Rail Operations Center (ROC) now nearing completion includes a central control room featuring what is believed to be the world’s largest command and control LED display.