Tag Archives: displays

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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One Reason Touch Works

We all know that consumer devices have taught people to touch displays. They are no longer just output devices; they are input devices. And the popularity of large-format touch displays and videowalls is undeniable in the market. And now, we know another benefit of this market adoption: It delivers the message better. Researchers at Neuro-Insight have found […]

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The Known Unknowns

I am asked all the time about the future of display technologies. What is coming next? In responding to this question, I am reminded of a quote from former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, in his book Known and Unknown where he said “There are known knowns. These are the things we know we know. […]

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