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LCD Controllers

PanelX And LCD Information

29 September 2010

Over the past few weeks I have increasingly written about LCD and display related issues in the new PanelX blog rather than here in the DV blog. The idea of the PanelX website, which is … [more]

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Is it really interactive?

22 September 2010

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]

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Digital Signage

Displays: Consumer vs Commercial

20 August 2010

There have been a number of blogs and articles recently considering the differences between consumer TV’s and commercial monitors for use in digital signage. Many interesting points have been raised and argued but to jump … [more]

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Content: Stock Video

14 August 2010

Stock video can be an incredible resource for creating digital signage content. There is a lot of it, it is easy to access and easy to use – prices vary. A quick search on the … [more]

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Digital Signage

RS-232 Lives On

8 August 2010

It came as a pleasant surprise recently to see AV professionals commenting in a forum state a preference for commercial monitors with RS-232 over alternative consumer models lacking RS-232. Here at Digital View we have … [more]

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Countertop Digital Polls

27 July 2010

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]

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