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Posted on May 13, 2014 by Scott Pickus

Shopping and Leisure Center Westside Attracts Shoppers with DynaScan High Brightness LCDs

  Neue Brünnen AG recently completed a digital signage project, powered by DynaScan high brightness LCDs, in its Shopping and Leisure Center Westside in Berne, Switzerland, providing a new avenue for the center to deliver information, entertainment and advertisements to visitors. With its modern architecture that allows natural sunlight to enter the center through the ceiling, Westside required a professional display solution that would be visible throughout the day. (more…)

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Posted on March 12, 2014 by Scott Pickus

Orpheum Theatre Goes Digital with DynaScan 65″ Ultra High Brightness LCD

Omaha Performing Arts’ Orpheum Theater recently finished the installation of a DynaScan 65″ ultra high brightness LCD at its front entrance last December. The new display is part of a modernization project, in which all poster-based display boxes were replaced with digital counterparts. The venue sought to update its display technology while preserving the old iconic poster frames and light boxes. For the front of the theater, it needed something bright enough to be seen in broad daylight, but it was also important that the brightness of the display could be turned down during evening hours. read full article

Posted on August 21, 2013 by Scott Pickus

DynaScan Releases Updated 65-inch High Brightness LCD with Brighter 3,000-nit Image, New Features

Today, DynaScan Technology introduced a new version of its 65-inch high brightness LCD, the DS651LR4. The new professional display includes a multitude of new features including a brighter 3,000 nit image, lower power consumption and a wide range of video input resolutions. The new display boasts an increased brightness rating of 3,000 nits, making it ideal for large scale display applications in bright environments such as outdoor enclosures and storefront windows. The display features a dynamic local dimming LED back light.  Darker areas of an image receive less backlighting than lighter areas

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