Real Madrid World of Football Experience

We were recently tasked to program and synchronize a very unique 38 panel video wall in a tunnel setting for the Melbourne Museum.

The right hand side of the tunnel had 20 x panels and the left had 18 x panels. 

Using BrightSign media players and some advanced scripting we not only synchronized the panels on each side but we synchronized both walls to playback content at the exact same frame rate.

We also programmed up a bunch of BrightSign's to power the interactive part of the show via touch screens.

The show is running until August the 5th 2018 at the Melbourne Museum. Check it out!!!!!

Check out the video links below.

The new affordable C-series Panels from NEC offers seamless integration for great visual performance.

The C Series range features a display brightness of 400 cd/m², allowing good visibility in controlled light surroundings. The eye-pleasing black levels and impressive contrast ratios, combined with anti-glare surface to reduce reflections, offer ergonomic viewing and less fatigue when used for signage and conferencing applications.

These new models include full external control through both the LAN and RS232 interfaces, which enables easy integration into existing control systems. The C Series displays can be installed in both landscape and portrait orientation, further expanding how users can deploy them.

Tobias Augustin, Section Manager Product Management at NEC Display Solutions Europe said: “ We have designed the new C Series large format displays to contribute to modern and light environments. With its slim bezel design and thin depth, integration is seamless and does not impact overall interior design. The commercial-grade components in the C Series offer performance and reliability, even at 24/7 operation. It’s the perfect fit combining simplicity, flexibility and great visual performance .”

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BrightSign LLC to preview the upcoming XD4 and XT4 at ISE Series 4 players designed to support the latest 4K HDR standards

Following the award-winning Series 3 players, four models in the BrightSign Series 4 range are newly designed to support Dolby Vision and HDR10+. In Q2 2018, the XD234 and XD1034 will replace the current XD Series 3 models and XT244 and XT1144 will replace the current XT Series 3 line. As always, the XT line will support PoE+ and XT1144 supports HDMI In to deliver Live TV to end-points either via an HDMI cable or streaming over a network. The new players will continue using the sleek, patented industrial design of the Series 3 players.

 

Commenting, Jeff Hastings, CEO, “We are constantly looking to improve our award-winning players and build-in support for the newest video formats. The new models offer support for the latest, most advanced standards in 4K HDR, Dolby Vision and HDR10+.”

 

BrightSign will showcase three of its BrightSign Built-In DSM (digital signage module) integrated solutions – the iDisplay by Outform, as well as a range of displays from AVNU and Industrial Image. Also in the BrightSign stand will be demonstrations of conference room scheduling, 4K HDR10+ and 4K Dolby Vision decoding, BrightAuthor, BrightSign App interactivity and more!

Are digital signage menu boards for your business?

Key Features of Digital Menu Boards

  • Central and local updating of menu boards
  • Easily and quickly update content – reactive & proactive
  • Push content to all locations or single
  • Reduce menu printing costs
  • Automatically schedule content to appear at certain times of day
  • Provides a visually stimulating and engaging way to display content
  • Improve operational efficiency
  • Increase positive brand perception

Average time to Recoup investment in Digital Menus

Typically it will take a business that invests in Digital Menu Boards betweein 9 to 18 months to recoup their investment. See the chart below to see the average break even point based on the total amount invested in digital menus.

 

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Digital Menu Board ROI

The benefits of Digital Menu Boards are broad; there are the measurable return on investment (ROI) figures of sales uplift and margin per transaction, as well as soft ROI benefits such as reduced perceived waiting times and an increase in customer satisfaction.

Hard ROI benefits of Digital Menu Boards

  • Average sales uplift of 3%-5%
  • Average increase of margin per transaction of 2.5%-3%
  • 29.5% of customers find digital menus influential for purchase of a product
  • 1 in 5 people make an unplanned purchase after seeing items featured on digital screens

Example sales uplift figures based on 3%-5%:

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If you are planning to switch over to digital menu boards speak to us today and we can assist in the right solution for you and your business.

    Statistics and information provided by Digitalsignagetoday.com