NEC Debuts New 55″ 4K Displays

March 26, 2019

NEC Display Solutions of America announced new 55″ 4K (3840×2160) UHD commercial-grade displays and a slim new design. Like other new models in the C & V Series, the V554Q features an anti-reflective high haze coating, external control and network capabilities through LAN, and SpectraView Engine Technology, which allows for complete color control. Featuring 500 […]

featured Image

signageOS Unveils Raspberry Pi Integration for Digital Signage

October 11, 2018

signageOS introduced this month the Raspberry Pi custom integration for digital signage. The Raspberry Pi can be used as a standalone player or as an embedded compute module in the NEC large format displays. The advantages of using Raspberry Pi are basically that it’s an affordable, non-proprietary mini-computer that’sOS agnostic. The custom Linux core developed […]

featured Image

NEC’s New Digital Signage P and V Series Powered by Raspberry Pi

January 24, 2017

NEC Display Solutions Europe today launched the P and V Series, a range of professional MultiSync large format displays for digital signage as well as presentation use. The new displays support the NEC Open Modular intelligence (OMi) platform, enabling the creation of tailor-made solutions for signage. Scalable computing power such as Raspberry Pi compute modules […]

featured Image

NEC Display Solutions Announces Collaboration with Raspberry Pi

October 10, 2016

NEC Display Solutions Europe today announced that it will be sharing an open platform modular approach with Raspberry Pi, enabling a seamless integration of Raspberry Pi’s devices with NEC’s displays. Originally developed to promote the teaching of basic computer science in schools and developing countries, the original Raspberry Pi delivered good performance at a very […]

featured Image

Are You Up For a Piece of the Pi?

February 25, 2015

The Raspberry Pi is a credit card sized computer, developed by a company in the UK. The stated goal of the company is to provide an inexpensive option for kids all over the world to learn to code. The device is amazingly inexpensive, at $25-$35 per device. The Pi runs a custom distribution of Linux, […]

featured Image

The Future of Technology in the Classroom — The Next Gen Raspberry Pi 2

February 24, 2015

In the AV business, technology in the K-12 classroom has been defined in many different ways. From interactive technologies to educational software, manufacturers and solutions providers have provided educators the basis for students to not only learn and grow in a formative manner, but technologically as well. The need for children to move toward a greater understanding […]

featured Image

Raspberry Pi Just About Ready

February 14, 2012

The Verge tech blog is reporting the $35 Raspberry Pi – which among many things could in theory be a very low-cost digital signage player – should see the first units coming off the manufacturing line within a couple of weeks. Production started on the $35 Raspberry Pi last month, and now the team has […]

featured Image