Tag Archives: displays
telepresence

Touch and Collaborate: The Interactive Display Comes Of Age (Part 2)

In order to understand what is happening in the IWB space toda,y one only has to go back about ten years to see what happened with Immersive Telepresence. The parallels are astonishing.

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interactive display

Touch and Collaborate: The Interactive Display Comes of Age (Part 1)

The story of interactive displays is a tale of two births and two lifecycles. The first “touch-capable” large displays were born around 1991 when David Martin and Nancy Knowlton released their first Smart Board. The second birth event can be tracked to 2007, when Steve Jobs and Apple released the first iPhone.

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Digital Signage

A Brand’s Best Friend: 3 Ways Digital Signage is Like Your Favorite Pet

There is nothing like the unconditional love of a beloved pet.  According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 36.5% of American households have dogs and 30.4% have cats.  Why do so many people have pets?  The same reasons that brands should be considering digital signage. They greet you at the door Pets are always happy […]

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What Do Integrators Need to Know about DisplayPort 1.4?

I had a chance to connect recently with Marques Girardelli, manager of electronics platforms at Planar and Leyard for an in-depth discussion on connectivity trends.  We started with the basics: DisplayPort 1.4. Wait a minute. What happened to DisplayPort 1.3? The DisplayPort 1.3 specification was published in 2014, superseding the DisplayPort 1.2 specification from 2009.  New […]

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Wearables and Digital Signage

I have had an iWatch for several months now and have enjoyed using it for messaging notifications, calling an Uber car, making purchases, capturing ideas into Evernote or accessing boarding passes. I have found the health monitoring and alerts uncompelling and the apps too limited, but all in all, it has been a great experiment […]

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