This chassis is an easy to install all-in-one large panel display connectivity solution that incorporates the display controller with HDMI and DisplayPort inputs. It features connections for temperature sensors, fans and GPIO, as well as … [more]
Here is a brief video showing ‘Oscillate’ by Daniel Sierra on a number of different Digital View displays in our Morgan Hill, California showroom. Looks great… Part of Digital View’s Artist of the Month Exhibition. … [more]
We have had an interest in digital art for some time but recently taken this a step further with the setup of our showroom in Morgan Hill, California, showcasing both video art and digital display … [more]
Recently we have been testing the tintup.com social media feed system with our square displays to show Instagram photos. The system work really well and is a great way to create a feed for images … [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]
With a new series of VideoFlyer digital posters hitting the market, it’s time to look at some of the features. Most notably networking.
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]
First a quick definition re ‘professional’, I am using it to refer to anyone who creates video for digital signage as a significant part of their employment and has appropriate expertise. Video may be created … [more]
A couple of our blog posts recently have mentioned making video out of still images so I was interested to see this approach being used by two popular local restaurants: First there is the local … [more]
What do your customers think about your product or service?
Was the restaurant to warm/cold/just right? Should there be more accessories available? Was the waiting time too long? Will you return?
It is not difficult to find out the answers – the VideoFlyer is an incredibly cost effective of polling customers and can combine both information gathering and promotion in a single easy to use package:
1) Using any touch screen VideoFlyer (10″ or 15″ display size) or add a button bar to a standard VideoFlyer (10″, 15″ or 21″).
2) Create appropriate videos or still images and organize using DV Studio.
3) Deploy in-store.
4) Collect data.
5) Analyze and report.
In more detail… … [more]
LCD panels are a progressive display technology and even though LCD TV’s may accept interlaced video the electronics inside the display have to convert this to progressive. Interlaced originated in the the dark ages of … [more]
Everyone should be familiar with the video technique of traveling across a map used in movies like Indiana Jones and documentaries similar to the example shown here. This can be a great way to start … [more]
Creating video from still images can be very effective, quick and easy. The various techniques available go well beyond simple slide shows and produce results suitable for retail product promotion, real estate agents and museums … [more]
Time lapse is that fantastic technique that lets us see plants grow, flowers blooming and clouds move rapidly across the sky, it allows us to see things that otherwise happen too slowly. A similar and … [more]