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Flexible Digital Display Technology Stands Poised To Revolutionize How, When And Where Displays Are Used, Says Nanolumens® President Rick Cope

Advanced flexible display technology is making flexible communications displays cost-effective and allowing owners to position digital signage in previously inaccessible locations and use them in ways that were never possible before. Because of the infinite number of uses and applications that benefit from lightweight displays that can be installed quickly and easily, the flexible display revolution is beginning today.

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Planar’s Clarity Matrix Sets New 3D Video Wall Standard

Planar Systems, Inc., a global provider of digital display technology, unveiled its latest breakthrough in professional 3D visualization and full-HD large format video wall technology at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2012.

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Da-Lite Introduces Recessed Electric Screen for Video Conferencing

The new Tensioned Conference Electrol® from Da-Lite is a revolutionary electric screen that allows the projection screen and video conferencing camera to be completely concealed when not in use.

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Sharp B2B Announces 80 Inch Interactive, Touch-Panel Display System

Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, is furthering its reputation as a world leader in large-screen interactive touch-panel display systems with the launch of an 80-inch class (80” diagonal) interactive display system, AQUOS® Board, a complete solution to facilitate global collaboration in a way that’s never been seen before.

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Sharp® Thinks Big With The Launch Of The New 70” Class (69-1/2” Diagonal) Professional Led-Lcd Monitor For High Impact Commerical Signage And Display 

Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, today introduced the new PN-E702. The 70” class (69-1/2” Diagonal), LCD Monitor boasts an impressive screen size and advanced photo alignment technology, creating brilliant color images with maximum impact.

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Eighteen Industry Awards For Christie Microtiles

Digital display entered a new age two years ago with the introduction of Christie MicroTiles on Nov. 11, 2009 and the industry responded, presenting Christie and its revolutionary technology with 18 honors since launch day. The modular digital display tiles can be stacked and clustered like building blocks to create virtually any shape or scale of display walls using an optical design producing unmatched levels of brightness, contrast and color reproduction.
 

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Student-controlled multimedia wall unifies sports, events, music, and projects

Clarkson University's state-of-the-art video wall combines art, technology and energy-efficiency utilizing Christie MicroTiles.

The student center is the heart of any campus. It's so important that students at Clarkson University, a small private college in Potsdam, NY, voted an increase in their own fees to help pay to build one.

Clarkson, a nationally ranked research university, has 3,000 students in more than 50 degree programs. But despite its national reputation and dynamic student community, Clarkson did not have a student center.

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Narrow-Bezel, 55-inch LCD MDT551S Monitor Expands Mitsubishi Electric’s High-End Flat Panel Display Options

Mitsubishi Electric announces the release of its narrow-bezel, 55-inch monitor (MDT551S). This latest addition to its high-end line is designed for video conferencing, gaming, retail kiosks, digital signage and other applications needing robust, long-lasting static or interactive display monitors. Mitsubishi's new MDT551S brings video to life with dynamic and customizable advertising, exciting welcome messages, and vital, up-to-the-minute news and information. Its sleek, modern, brushed aluminum design will also stand out in any conference room as a focal point of digital display.

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Projecting New AV

From mounts to monitors, vendors unveil numerous products to fill institutional equipment needs.

Summer is not a quiet time for the audiovisual market. Vendors have unveiled their latest offerings that incorporate growing trends and meet needs ranging from digital signage to lecture recording to equipment management. Here is a sample of AV products announced at this year's EduComm and InfoComm conferences, held in Las Vegas in June.

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