Digital Signage & Engagement
As the largest festival of its kind in the southern hemisphere, Vivid Sydney is expected to draw 2.2 million people through its exhibits this year, not including those who engage via digital platforms. So says Lucy Keeler, Vivid 2019’s light curator, who adds that developments in AV technology have driven the massive changes she’s seen over her ten years of festival involvement.
The ethics surrounding the capture and use of facial recognition technology are complex. With the ability to use facial technology to control access and serve content becoming more available, just who makes the rules that govern biometric technology? And are they enough?
Pioneering the way in the digital projection space, Casio are launching their Superior Series within the Lampfree projector range.
Nearly a decade after the launch of its MicroTiles, Christie has launched MicroTiles LED at ISE 2019.
Outdoor advertising used to be the domain of traditional advertising, with static images and no interaction. That has all changed, with digital outdoor displays opening new worlds for businesses to advertise – and new avenues for AV installers to provide their services to make it happen.
With traditional bricks and mortar retail suffering like never before, AV is in the frontline of the battle against online, austerity and political uncertainty like Brexit. AV Magazine UK’s Rob Lane investigates.
NEC Display Solutions Europe has launched the MultiSync EA271U display, designed for highly detailed applications such as content creation, CAD/CAM design, control rooms and trading floors.
PanoTek wowed visitors at Integrate with the launch of their Tom Cruise “Minority Report” style ARIXE display. With applications perfect for schools, retail and even spy organisations, the platform is a fully interactive, large-format digital canvas solution, incorporating video wall processor, IR Multi-Touch sensor and cutting-edge software for building interactive experiences.
For almost a decade, industry pundits have been predicting the death of the projector – yet, sales keep growing. And, in the biggest irony of all, the projector has invaded the one-and-only market deemed as a display-only segment: digital signage.
Retailers are always looking for ways to make their high street stores stand out from the competition. One way to do this is to use the latest, most interesting ways to present products, which is why many are opting for digital signage.