Thursday, March 13, 2008

The morning press - digital signage news for March 13

Here are some of today's interesting clips from the web:
  • Matrox expands digital signage system - Matrox's Veos is capable of carrying multiple channels of content along a single copper-based cable with more than 100m of extension per component across an unlimited number of iterations, with now (sic) image degradation. I'm terrified to even ask how much this stuff costs. Sounds pretty cool, though.
  • Reactrix partners with National CineMedia - The deal makes Reactrix the exclusive provider of gesture-based interactive media and technology for NCM's movie theatre lobby advertising initiatives. The new relationship provides for a pilot program and deployment of Reactrix' interactive floor and flat panel advertising technology in select National CineMedia affiliated theater lobbies across the country.
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