Signagelive has added widgets to its technology offerings that will let its users interact with YouTube, Google and Microsoft. The YouTube widget, available in the Signagelive marketplace, will enable videos, playlists and YouTube live streams to be scheduled and published to Signagelive support System-on-a-chip (SoC) displays and players. Once connected to the Signagelive network, the YouTube widget can be added to a playlist and configured … Continue reading Signagelive adds widgets to interact with YouTube, Google and Microsoft
Interesting nuggets of information from the IHS Markit report include: The entire digital signage ecosystem had double-digit increases in 2016 Revenues from media and software for networked digital signage systems generated the largest increases of 32% and 24% respectively Samsung is the market leader, followed by NEC & LG and then Philips and Sharp Projected Capacitative (PCAP) touch displays are seeing a big uptick in … Continue reading Digital signage ecosystem seeing double-digit growth
Takes Electromagnetic Interference Suppression a Step Further than FCC Verification Following recent allegations of widespread and significant electromagnetic interference in the United States from imported digital signs and billboards, Danville, Ill.-based Watchfire Signs announced an FCC Emissions Guarantee for all its LED signs and digital billboards. The Watchfire FCC Emissions Guarantee states that any Watchfire product with a documented claim of electromagnetic interference will be … Continue reading Watchfire Signs Unveils New FCC Emissions Guarantee
We initially wrote an article on how to choose between an LED and LCD video wall and it can be accessed here. However, technology has been fast evolving and hence we have written the second part to that article here. Feature LCD LED Experience Much lower brightness, not so energy-efficient or cutting edge Bright, flexible, energy-efficient, best color accuracy, refresh rates and cutting-edge. Easily outperforms … Continue reading LED Vs. LCD Video Walls – which one to choose? – Part 2
Even in the absence of Internet connectivity, digital signage contents can be managed using Bitvu’s Screenspace app and Freedom digital signage player. Using the Screenspace cloud-based CMS, users can create content in a browser, and choose to send it directly to connected players, or via a smartphone if the screen is located in an offline environment. The app also allows users to edit advertisements and … Continue reading Bitvu provides Online and Offline Digital Signage
Elevate solution, engages with audience by enticing them to lift or elevate an item or product from a weight/scale sensor with an illuminated platform that triggers and displays relevant video content to create an interactive playground. Elevate solution revolve around technologies that a VP71XD digital signage player becomes an interactive player in five new ways – Elevate, Push, Wave, Move and Sense. Elevate – using … Continue reading Videotel unveils Elevate, an interactive digital signage solution to an overwhelmingly positive response
Wherever you go today, be it a mall, shopping complex or the airport, you will certainly encounter video walls. The smaller ones 2×2 or 3×3 don’t cut it either and you look at really large displays like 6×6 or a 10×10. Here is where video wall processors come into play. A video wall processor is an external device that takes several inputs and create a … Continue reading How to turn a $500 PC into a high-end video wall processor?