It’s next to impossible to go anywhere these days without coming across an LED Display. Once reserved for places like Times Square, Casinos and Sports Stadiums, you can now find video walls in Hospitals, Banks, Hotels, Restaurants - the list goes on and on. Simultaneously, content creators are using different techniques to produce jaw-dropping visual experiences for targeted audiences.
PreVisualizations can be incredibly valuable tools for AV technology companies such as systems integrators, display manufacturers and AV designers.
What should be on your checklist? Discover the key components of a successful video wall implementation - from displays to content and software to AV design.
By Richard Slawsky | Contributing writer, Digital Signage Today
A video wall deployment can run into many thousands of dollars. Content should not be an afterthought.
Technology has long been an important asset in the medical industry, reducing time, saving money, and improving patient outcomes. As the healthcare industry looks to the future, organizations are noticing that the benefits of technology reach past the operating room and can improve the overall patient experience.
Congratulations - you made the purchase of a digital display and have watched your ROI grow higher than you were probably expecting. Why? Because digital signage has become the new norm and your customers are noticing more of your advertisements. One of the next steps in your plan might be purchasing more displays, but there is a list of questions to ask before taking that leap. The biggest question will likely involve the content. How will your marketing strategy change with the addition of more screens and different sizes? The answer to that question will depend heavily upon your means to create dynamic content that grabs attention and compels people to act.
Landscape, or horizontal displays are the first choice in a digital display format. It’s the format viewers are most accustomed to. TV’s, YouTube videos, tablets and smartphones have made this format the standard. Installing a new landscape screen is usually the first step to adding digital signage in a business. A study from small business owners found that their revenue increased by 86% when installing new digital signs in their stores.
The key medium for engaging customers, promoting brands, and delivering messages to the masses is through digital signage, but this medium can go a long way beyond this, as digital displays are rapidly used to create an exciting, engaging and unique aesthetic.
The term “becoming digital” is now an ambiguous umbrella term referring to staying modern and relevant for customers. Staying relative to the public is imperative for the retail financial institution. Yes, many banks believe it is “trendy” to install a few digital screens around the customer floor and waiting area, filling the screens with mere self advertisements for promotional loans and financing for large purchases or new home buyers.
By Richard Slawsky contributor, Digital Signage Today
Video walls are becoming increasingly popular as a way to attract and engage customers. They draw people in, immersing them in a brand or experience.