University of Central Florida's Tech Commons was completely renovated to fulfill students' technological needs, from a podcast recording studio and editing suite to collaboration rooms and lounge area, with help from 24 NEC displays ranging in size between 32" and 65".
This state-of-the-art facility installed a 5x6 video wall in their lobby and projectors in their conference rooms to help better relay information to visitors.
San Diego-based Eat at Recess provides lunch, entertainment and interactivity with NEC’s 46” X461HB on its unique food truck that travels to local corporate offices.
When it needed a state-of-the-art video-based information management system for emergency communication and training, San Diego/Imperial Counties Chapter of the American Red Cross chose NEC’s 55” P551 displays, PX750U projectors and MultiSync EA241WM desktop monitors.
With more than 400 NEC displays synced to a state-of-the-art audio system, the Musical Instrument Museum provides an experience that delights the senses of its visitors.
To create a user experience that excites tourists with all Montérégie has to offer, this visitor center installed 23 NEC displays, including the 52” P521, 32” V321 and 23” AS231WM.
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.
In order to successfully collaborate with partner universities through video conferencing and visualization of large-sized data sets, the University of California at San Diego purchased 46” and 55” X Series displays.
In order to effectively communicate with its customers, while remaining cost-effective on the back end, Sendik’s Food Market implemented several NEC V421s, NEC’s CMS and the VUKUNET ad serving platform.
Lucas Oil Stadium created an interactive gaming experience for Indianapolis Colts fans using NEC video walls and large-screen displays, drawing in football fans with its award-winning content.
To enhance the stage presence of The Fabulous Palm Spring Follies production, the Plaza Theatre installed NEC X461UN displays in a 5x5 configuration to complement live performances.
Since its employees spend a lot of time in front of the computer screen with multiple applications open simultaneously, this airport switched to a dual-monitor setup with NEC's MultiSync EX231W.
In order to attract residents and visitors to Minnesota’s parks and recreational areas, the Department of Natural Resources created interactive kiosks using 32" NEC displays.
For his year-long tour throughout the country to teach photography skills in a variety of classroom environments, Dave FitzSimmons uses the NEC NP610 projector to ensure smooth presentations.
After outgrowing its building, IAPMO built a forward-thinking reputation with advanced display technology from NEC, utilizing the 46" X461UN in a 3x2 video wall configuration.