Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Zandar powers church digital signage

I think this is a press release, but the formatting is throwing me off. But if this doesn't read like a press release, I don't know what does:

Zandar Technologies, a leading technology innovator and pioneer in MultiViewer systems, has been selected by a Baptist Church youth center in New Mexico, USA, to help creatively communicate its message to its congregation.
Located in the foyer of The Fuel Building, part of the church's new $2.2 million complex, the Zandar FusionPro 1RU MultiViewer is an integral component of a digital signage system, designed and installed by Positive Projection Systems which integrates with the church's larger display system comprising 6 projectors, 3 plasmas and 27 television screens. The content played on the system includes live camera feeds, recorded footage, advertisements, music and videos.
I believe that this installation is all under one roof, which begs the question of why a digital signage system was used instead of a more traditional video muxer/scaler. Now, if the church was simulcasting the same content out to multiple satellite locations, that would make more sense to me.

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