Thursday, February 07, 2008

The morning press - digital signage news for February 7

Hey folks, sorry for the absence lately. It's been busy! Here are some interesting clips from the web these past few days:
  • BroadSign Acquires Navori - Navori will be integrated into the BroadSign brand adding to the company's offerings portfolio specifically for companies requiring a closed on-premise digital signage network. Company insider Dave Haynes (now more evil than ever) broke the story first.
  • Panasonic pushes plasma for outdoor ads - Brand recall leapt by nearly 20 per cent in a recent trial where 14 digital screens vied for attention against 90 static screens in a mall. Participating retailers witnessed 30 per cent sales increases with in-store screens, said the digital agency Outpost Media.
  • Holocube brings 3D projection down to desktop size - Measuring about 20-inches square, the Holocube packs a 40GB hard drive for storing up to 18 hours of compressed video, which can magically float at 1080i resolution within the cube at the flick of a switch.
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