We couldn't close the issue without at least one World Cup story. Germany-based rental and staging specialists CASSIOPEIA Veranstaltungstechnik GmbH supplied Calibre UK PremierViewProHD-LED image scalers in front of thousands attending packed public broadcasts
Queen Street, one of Cardiff’s main retail and nightlife hubs, has premiered a new 6-square-metre LED video display featuring 10 millimetre SMD (Surface-Mount Device) line spacing from Daktronics. The billboard is part of OOH media owner blowUP media’s Super Motion network.
The National Lottery of Mauritius is using Signagelive’s cloud-based software platform to display dynamically updated content, including lottery jackpots and FIFA World Cup TV feeds in different locations as part of nationwide project to update its advertising processes.
AV News’ Award-winning Engage Production has supplied technology and technical expertise to the world’s first Bloomberg Hub, which has been unveiled at London City Airport.
O2 Czech Republic is running its marketing content on displays supported by Scala digital signage software. Scala partner Syntex handled the roll-out of this project.
Projection and video artist Ross Ashton collected his second Guinness World Record, this one for the ‘Largest Card Illusion Reveal’ which took place at the 2014 e-Luminate Festival in Cambridge,
Signagelive technology running on Samsung Smart Signage Platform is being used to manage dynamic content for digital menu boards and video posters in Forum Cinemas UAB, the largest cinema chain in Lithuania.
Over 4 million visitors use the parking facilities in Paris each year. For the central surveillance and the management of the car parks SAEMES has installed a new eyevis control room.
Analysis of a recent global survey, commissioned by Polycom and conducted by Redshift Research, shows that HR executives, who use video at work today, say they will prefer video collaboration over email as their preferred method of business communication within three years.
AKD Luxury Cars Mall is using 350 BrightSign players to power the 700 screens that set the tone at its brand new car dealership in Shenzhen, China’s largest vehicle showroom.