Find Out How Recent Technological Innovations Are Transforming Digital Signage
Mar 02, 2016 12:02
Today, advertising and marketing is all about big, dynamic, and beautiful visuals. Whether it’s a low-wattage digital imitation of an obsolete, high-power, steady neon sign that simply states, "Eat!" or blinks, "OPEN", or a giant, outdoor, LCDsuper board, digital signage can take on many different forms and functions. What’s true is that few top brands are still loyal to statically printed slates on easels and cumbersome, tree-using, paper billboards.
The digital age dominates every form of marketing. Remember watching an embedded Touch Screen operated by a high-speed tactile professional for the first time? Or the sign with powerful conversational speech software enabling you to talk to the sign’s friend, Siri?Current digital signage solutions are leading the world in the area of time-saving, back-saving, and hip-saving display automation.
The latest technology in digital signage includes movement detection, special image processing, and software to announce the premises are completely covered by security cameras. LED displays include LED matrix models that support inherent enlargement by larger pixels in the 8x8 to 16x16 per-side range. These ultra-high-tech display screens are made up of modular display units, so each installation can have height and width customized on site.
It is the matrix position code or parallel circuit bus ID that controls which display module is accessed for a myriad of digital signature persistent configurations. And they are bright enough not to need special darkened lighting like the old sloppy CRT projection screens used to require.
Another thing to consider (on the back end of all things digital signage) you can have anything from simple power timersall the way to major content delivery and management systems, which through distributed digital media networks, are remotely controllable from your Internet-connected, password secure, private interface PC, Mac, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Toshiba's digital signage options at Toshiba.ca/displaysolutions/ offer web-based management software that has an simple user-interface.
You can set up scheduled updates or change while on the fly for immediate adjustments to your displays. Their signs combine durability, much improved software innovations, and a reduction in average price per display unit. This has allowed them to totally transform the modern display into computer CGI alchemy.
These displays can create astonished interactions with customers. Constantly updated, manufactured reality displays are being used at public exhibits and art installations, or way-finding, place-making, and traditionally marketed outdoor advertising.
This means in museums, subways, buses, water taxis and ferries, stadiums, hotels, motels, restaurants, all kinds of stores, manufacturing warehouses, and all types of commercial real estate, you will find increasingly sophisticated displays. The uses are seemingly endless — so why not make the crucial decision now, and look to find the right kind of digital signage set-up for your business?
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