Retailers are looking for solutions to deliver more relevant messages, collect and organize data, and drive business goals. In this whitepaper, read how NEC’s ALP combines digital signage, cloud-based analytics and big data analysis, and edge-based real-time triggers and action to help retailers get the necessary tools to plan objectives and expectations from the outset.
To meet the expectations of today’s moviegoers, exhibitors are adopting a wide range of digital display solutions to create unforgettable experiences for their customers. From the first touchpoint outside the theater, through the lobby, concession and entertainment areas, and into the auditorium itself, digital display solutions are elevating the entire theater experience. Learn more about these game changing technologies in this NEC byline.
Every growing congregation offers new opportunities to use sound, video and animation to create awe-inspiring services and events. As your house of worship’s attendance has grown, you’ve probably already experimented with larger video screens and more powerful audio systems. But technologies like these are just the beginning. Read more about these technologies in this NEC byline.
Projection mapping uses projectors to display images onto flat or unconventional surfaces. Because it can transform any two- or three-dimensional surface into a showcase for still or moving images, projection mapping has become increasingly popular.
Over the past few years, the cinema industry has adopted innovations that have improved the customer experience, such as offering online ticket sales and advance seat reservations, installing recliners, and expanding food and beverage offerings. Read how cinemas are taking another step to improve customer engagement with display technologies in this NEC whitepaper.
Learn how to keep your congregation engaged and your projectors running efficiently with this helpful guide.
Read how Laser projectors can help theater exhibitors create engaging experiences that today’s audiences demand in this new theater whitepaper.
Research suggests that only 10% of people remember what they hear, and 20% remember what they read, but 80% remember what they see and do. This is why K-12 school districts are investing in visual display technologies. Read how K-12 decision makers can address digital and budget concerns, so the solutions they buy will meet their needs well into the future.
Digital technologies do more than improve the overall classroom experience. They also enable institutions and teachers to better serve individual students, using interactive devices to customize learning on a one-to-one level. Although educators have made great strides in raising the standard for education, their efforts have not fully achieved the goal of building a robust 21st-century learning infrastructure. Learn more about what educators are doing.
A house of worship’s purpose is to bring people together to share a positive message. When a facility is able to serve its members more effectively using technology, it translates to higher attendance and positive word-of-mouth – keeping current members coming back and encouraging new ones to join. There are many technologies to consider when outfitting your HoW. Learn more here.
Learn best practices to turn any space into an interactive environment with advanced technology projectors.
Learn how constant color rendition and brightness, lack of lamp replacements, and long usage hours of laser projectors help lower your overall total cost of ownership in this infographic.
In this infographic , find out why laser projectors solve the crucial problems that lamp-based projectors and flat panel solutions can't.
With projection being a staple of today's worship experience, this white paper outlines the facts on why laser projection might be just what your church needs.
Projection can be used to create signage much larger than traditional digital displays and deploy that signage in areas that simply aren’t suitable for a digital screen. In this white paper we explore why you would choose laser projection over a digital display in a deployment.