Digital Signage Expo 2012

CHRISTIE

Christe unveils the JumpStart content management solution targeted at architectural markets, including museums, universities, stadiums, airports, and retail stores needing high resolution and reliable content playback accross large video wall installations. 

Christie JumpStart enables users to position and play back a wide range of content, including video, graphics, applications, Blu-ray and DVD movies, remote video sources, color swatches, and text. When used with Christie MicroTiles, JumpStart communiacates directly with the master External Control Unit (ECU), automatically picking the best resolution for the MicroTile canvas, regardless of shape or cabling layout. 

Haivision

Haivision announces the integration of its CoolSign digital signage solution with the Intel Audience Impression Metrics Suite to deliver new audience-detection technology. The solution uses sensor technology for video analytics to enable intelligent digital signage that delivers relevant real-time content to the right users at the right time.

X2O Media

The X2O Social Hub is a solution designed to efficiently display content in real-time and broadcast quality from social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Building on the company's TwitterCube solution, once social media links are entered, screens are updated authomatically with real-time updates. Graphics can be customized by changing logos and other branding elements. 

Planar

Planar's LCD Video Wall is a flexible video wall solution that can be configured in several ways while appearing nearly seamless. Optimized for uninterrupted 24/7 operation, Clarity Matrix is an ultra-thin bezel LCD video wall system that delivers outstanding visual performance, suppports extended operation, and requires minimal installation space.

The Planar MOSAIC is an architectural video wall system featuring three different LCD display tiles. Tiles can be mounted in any position relative to each other, or individually at almost any angle. 

 

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