Category Archives: best digital signage

They are called “digital signage” but they are not really signage in any true sense. Digital menus that are interactive makes more sense to us. They may or may not have a touch screen.

Digital signs are like billboards. You basically have to look at them, be impressed (or activated) and then you drive by to the next one to look at.

Digital Signage Solutions – Hows and Wows of AT&T Discovery District

Digital Signage Solutions News Nice writeup, podcast and interview on AT&T Discovery District Excerpt: The AT&T Discovery District in downtown Dallas is one of the more ambitious experiential digital projects out there – in the U.S. or globally – with a big reason being the focus from the inception on coming up with something that was more than just the… Read More »

AVIXA – Large Format Display Touchscreens Gain Interactive Signage Solution Market Share

Display Panels – Large Format Touchscreens Trend See AVIXA article — As face-to-face interaction becomes less of a priority in the marketplace, organizations of all types are reconsidering the ways they communicate with their customers. In many cases, they’re incorporating large-format displays to accomplish the task. Digital Signage Other Articles Article Don’t Be Fooled by Fake Digital Signage.… Read More »

Supersign Digital Signage Solution – MagicINFO Samsung Competitor

LG Supersign Full Digital Signage Software Solution For QSRs Read the full article on Sixteen-Nine.Net In Brief Display signage for retail qsr is the highest capital cost (aka big potato), albeit by themselves low margin Selling those though often means selling a bunch of “small potatoes”, many with much higher profit As Haynes sums it up — Recurring SaaS… Read More »

LED-embedded Building Glass News

LED-embedded Building Glass News From Sixteen:Nine and Dave Haynes — Korean University Uses LED-embedded Building Glass With Near 99%+ Transparency Excerpt: This is a video of architectural glass with embedded RGB LEDs that still offer 99%+ transparency – in this case at a university building in South Korea. There may well be engineering, supply, and cost reasons why… Read More »