Friday, February 11, 2011

Digital Signage Quickey: Feb. 11th, 2011


-- Le Moyne College in Syracuse, N.Y. is utilizing X2o Media's vClips interactive HD video kiosk and Xpresenter™ Xe Video Poster to display video highlights in the college's Athletics Hall of Fame, and power digital menu boards in on-campus café. Read more...

-- Rory Amelio, ex-VP of business development at NEWAD, has joined Adapt Media, Toronto out-of-home advertising company specializing in street-level OOH, digital OOH and innovative media solutions. Read more...

-- X2O Media and Mediavation Win Prestigious DIGI Award. Read more...

-- More info on Laurentian Bank's digital signage.


-- Students at the University of Groningen, in the Netherlands, created a 33-foot-long curved touchscreen. Three computers handle the touch detection, one processes it all. It uses six cameras and 16 infrared emitters, plus two or three men to poke around awkwardly in front of it for your amusement. Video is embedded below.


-- Mvix introduced an incredibly low-price signage player: Mvix DLite (pronounced, “Mvix Delight”), at $189. Read more...

-- Does anyone even know what a QR Code is?

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