Interactive LED solutions manufacturer NanoLumens has announced that BrightSign, the global market leader in digital signage media players, will feature a 2.5mm NanoLumens ENGAGE Series LED display at InfoComm 2018
BrightSign, said it will be using the show to demonstrate the "unique performance capabilities" of a BrightSign HD223 media player, which will be integrated with a direct-view NanoLumens display.
Available for $350 (around £280 in the UK), the BrightSign HD223 media player enables users to enjoy flawless full HD single video decoding, mainstream HTML5 performance and simultaneous playback from local, networked and streaming solutions. The players include the standard I/O package of gigabit Ethernet, GPIO (connectors sold separately), analog and digital audio.
The BrightSign app will be used to control the content shown on the NanoLumens display via the BrightSign sales team’s smartphones. This unique LED experience demonstrates the seamless interaction that’s now possible when viewers encounter digital signage.
NanoLumens vice resident of global marketing Joe’ Lloyd commented: “Direct-view LED displays are increasingly becoming the standard for state-of-the-art performance in virtually all vertical markets where digital signage solutions are relied upon to inform, communicate, educate and entertain.
“NanoLumens displays work with every brand of media player and to demonstrate just how effective, and easy, it can be to create a complete digital signage solution, we are teaming up with the industry-leading manufacturer of media players to show how their solutions can display stunning content on a large-format NanoLumens ENGAGE Series LED display.”
BrightSign vice president of marketing Ann Holland added:“BrightSign media players are more than capable of running LED displays and, to drive this point home at InfoComm 2018, we’re teaming up with NanoLumens to showcase the latest digital signage technology. As leaders in our respective parts of the market, our collaboration at InfoComm will give attendees a glimpse of what’s to come in digital signage.”