Planar Leyard Went to ISE with a 0.7 Millimeter LED

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Planar Leyard surprised everyone at ISE with a 0.7 millimeter LED wall at ISE — it was in there booth as well as in the LANG stand. This is a big deal as the previously smaller working LED was 0.9 millimeter. And, 0.7 millimeter represents nearly the same resolution as direct-view LCD. In addition, Leyard […]

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NYDSW: rAVe Attends Leyard/Planar Open House at New York Digital Signage Week

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Last week we attended the New York Digital Signage Week, which included a number of events throughout the city that focused on the fast-growing digital signage market. rAVe [Publications] attended a number of events and, in order to bring to you the latest news, shot videos in some of the open houses and showcases that […]

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My Interrupted Interview With Planar & Leyard (With Numerous Unintentional Guest Appearances)

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You read that right — this is a long interview with Leyard’s CMO, Jennifer Davis, as more than a half-dozen InfoComm attendees literally walking between me and my expert videographer, but worth watching! Their 31-foot wide and 19-foot tall 8K resolution LED served as an amazing backdrop to a stunning display that was packed the […]

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InfoComm: Digital Displays and Signage in Airports

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This summer, airlines are expecting record numbers of travelers, which can be both good and bad for airports. All those people moving through the airports could provide a huge boost to airport income as long as the travelers know where to spend their money. As multimillion- (or billion-) dollar facilities, airports need to generate revenue, […]

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Y is for You: Google’s Alphabet and Personal Branding

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I read with interest the restructuring announcements from Google this week, as they rebrand the parent company into Alphabet, building out the letters with innovative products and business models — starting with “G” for Google, which remains a wholly-owned subsidiary. It’s a bold move for a company that doesn’t want to be conventional. This got me thinking about […]

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