Back in 2001 Captive View (a Digital View joint venture) launched a washroom media product called the Viewrinal, an LCD display built into a urinal. The Viewrinal was successfully installed in a number of venues, … [more]
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum kindly sent over some photos of recent installations using Digital View VideoStream media players and VideoFlyers.
Daniel Howe and Bill Seaman have put together a very impressive installation comprising 16 LCD panels in the Hong Kong City University, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre. This is on exhibit now until the … [more]
As I write this our UK office are exhibiting at the In-Store show in London showing a comprehensive selection of display solutions for retail marketing together with numerous interactive options. One of our exhibits in … [more]
In retail environments consumers are surrounded by all kinds of promotional materials and mediums, competing for their attention. There are many different points of engagement, but in this post I want to focus on shelf … [more]
With a new series of VideoFlyer digital posters hitting the market, it’s time to look at some of the features. Most notably networking.
Attending The Screen breakfast briefing in London this morning raised an interesting point that probably gets overlooked about general perceptions of signage. Ever wondered about the factors that lead viewers to give their attention to … [more]
Time was, using digital displays in vending machines was a tricky business. Screens were heavy and expensive to employ. As technology moves on and standards improve it is becoming easier to integrate screens with anything. … [more]
Digital signage is everywhere, some of it amazingly good, some not so good. What separates the good from the bad and what is being done to build on successes?
Digital View media players are designed so companies can write their own server or PC based content management systems. A number of companies have taken advantage of this to create a proprietary system exactly matching … [more]
Just to be clear, I am not recommending the following as a solution for digital signage content – however I do think it strongly hints at things to come… Xtranormal.com is a web based service … [more]
I have often heard people dismiss the use of presentation software for digital signage content but Apple’s Keynote looks entirely suitable for some applications. For a start it is very easy to use for text, … [more]
Digital screens and interactive digital posters can still present the public at large with a challenge when it comes to using them. It can be tempting to think that ‘If you build it, they will … [more]