Consumer Goods Retailers

Every day your target market is walking past your window

How do you bring them off the sidewalk and into your retail store? From apparel and cosmetic retailers to pharmacies and car dealerships, the leading method used today is printed posters. Despite their popularity, posters are static and not particularly noticeable. Unlike posters, LCDs deliver dynamic, eye-catching content that can be updated regularly, but one limiting factor with this technology has always been brightness. Most of the displays we view in public spaces are simply not bright enough for the application. With brightness ratings as high as 5500 nits, DynaScan displays are ideal for installation in bright locations, such as storefront windows—even those in direct sunlight—and are able to overcome the competing ambient light.

Common Needs

In-Window Branding

Branding is key. Every display is color-calibrated to produce an image the way it was intended. This ensures brand colors remain true and models appear lifelike and vibrant.

Bring Your Customer Inside

Grab your customer’s attention before they walk past your store with bright, vivid, dynamic video content.

Highlight Products, Sales and Specials

Educate your customer about new merchandise, closeout specials or seasonal sales to increase foot traffic and drive sales.

Increase Dwell Time

Engage your clients by creating a desirable customer experience to ensure your customers extend their stay.

Direct In-store Traffic

Increase foot traffic around the store by directing your customers to areas with special savings or new merchandise.


Ultra High Brightness LCDs

With thousands of installations around the world, DynaScan displays are the proven solution for high ambient light applications.


55″ 3000/1000 nit High Brightness Dual-Sided LCD – DS551DR4

Premium Indoor LCDs

The DI Series are premium professional LCDs for indoor applications.


Featured case study

Posted on December 5, 2013 by Scott Pickus

French Connection Installs Four DynaScan High Brightness LCDs In London Flagship Storefront Window

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