Do tech decisions makers truly need to worry about 8K resolution right now? You can only answer that with a complex answer, but suffice it to say: yes AND no.
As the 4K with high dynamic range (HDR) trend continues to grow in popularity the public’s expectations to see these technologies in commercial settings will increase.
When it comes to choosing a commercial display, you’ll hear plenty of buzz about 4K UHD, but it’s really high dynamic range (HDR) that should hold your attention.
Originating in commercial markets and beginning to make their way residential, companies such as Sony are bringing next-generation microLED technologies to organizations all over the world.
Projection mapping from NEC creates engaging display of 50 noteworthy Illinois residents for state’s bicentennial celebration.
AV furniture from Salamander Designs and displays from Avocor come as one package for fully integrated and assembled system.
Advanced’s recently installed Microsoft kiosks at eight Best Buy locations throughout Canada, which highlight Microsoft’s most popular software and hardware products with motion-activated ads, tutorials and demos.
Audio Video Intelligence was asked to install a complete control system for a fitness facility, Fit Factory. This included audio, video, temperature, fan and security; all automated and controllable in every room of the facility. The goal of this project was to create a healthy environment that entertained as well as encouraged guests to exercise.
The new Surface Hub 2 solution provides end users better 4K resolution, and can be rotated into portrait mode.
The SiliconCore LavenderLIVE is the smallest pixel pitch HDR LED display for live events and rentals, and represents the next wave of LED technology, according to the company.