The recent unveiling of a massive lobby installation at Legacy Union reinforces the belief that the next evolution of display technology application will be markedly different.
On this new episode of NanoSessions, senior copywriter Robert Simms to discusses the learning curve and how he goes about writing copy that’ll get read.
NanoLumens just launched a locally-hosted version of its AWARE digital display management system, development for customers who’d asked for a locally-hosted version.
Ted Heske, Director of Intellectual Property for NanoLumens, discusses patents intellectual property when creating display solutions.
Adam Dixon, operations director of electrical engineering for NanoLumens, gives his perspective on designing fire retardant LED displays. “Fire dynamics are incredibly complex,” Dixon said.
Joe’ Lloyd, NanoLumens vice president of global marketing and business development discusses the company’s recent study on competing value propositions of LED vs. LCD display technology.