NEC’s color-critical displays bring needed accuracy to nonprofit digital arts lab in Chicago
Needing better color accuracy for print matching, Jim Jordan Photography/White Cross Productions found success using NEC’s PA272W desktop monitor.
Guggenheim Museum photographer Kris Graves uses NEC's color-critical monitor for photo and video editing because it offers realistic colors and improves workflow.
RIT was able to keep its computer lab on the cutting edge of technology with NEC PA241W professional monitors.
To take advantage of the 87,000 weekly pedestrians its walkway sees, Edmonton City Centre installed three NEC video walls to run promotions, advertising, news, weather and entertainment.
Pictureboy Creative, which specializes in commercial advertising with its photography, has been in business in the Chicago suburbs since 1980, working both in their studio and on location.