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LED Displays and Color Calibration

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LED Displays and Color Calibration All information contained within is property of NanoLumens. All rights reserved. 3 Did you know? Digital LED Displays vs Printed Signage When properly serviced, LEDs can have a significant impact on your messaging, racking up countless impressions within days. Alternatives like posters and billboards may get the point across to a degree, but they're seldom given a second look and changing the content on the fly is time consuming and expensive. Printed signage fades quickly – and so does interest in them. In a study conducted by Intel, cameras monitored an LED display and a poster of similar size and shape. These cameras tracked how many people — kids, teenagers, and adults — stopped and stared at the advertisements. The results were conclusive. Comparatively, the poster's impressions weren't competitive. There was a 400-600% increase in viewers with the LED display. The LED display was engaging, and it gave potential customers what they wanted: an advertisement that popped. Not only did the LED display garner more views, it also had a substantially better return on investment than the printed signage. About NanoLumens: Headquartered in Norcross, Georgia, NanoLumens (www.NanoLumens.com) creates engaging cost- effective, space-efficient, eco-friendly visual solutions that turn every client's dream into a Visual Reality. Serving leading Fortune 500 clients on five continents, NanoLumens' patent portfolio strategically positions it to meet the complete visualization needs of customers in the broadcast, casino, control room, DOOH/Transit, financial, higher education, hospitality retail, REIT/property, retail, and stadium/arena markets with immersive custom-specific NanoCurve™, NanoSlim™, NanoSlim™ Engage, and NanoWrap™ based solutions in any desired size, shape, or curvature. All NanoLumens solutions are designed and made in the United States of America and come backed by the industry's only Six-Year, Zero Failure Warranty.

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