When Elon University began designing the Great Hall meeting area in its new 'Global Neighborhood,' they knew they needed to provide a way to incorporate an advanced, state-of-the-art display to galvanize the attention of students and visitors on a daily basis. Since the architecture and aesthetics of the room did not allow for any type of video projection, Elon turned to NanoLumens® for displays to ignite this great room.
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