Gail Chiasson, North American Editor
NanoLumens of Norcross, Georgia, which last year launched its large format flexible digital display technology, will now be introducing an expanded line of Flex Displays, as well as its first line of Non-Flexible Displays, at the 2011 Customer Engagement Technology World in New York.
CETW conference and exhibition is taking place at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, Nov. 9-10, 2011.
For NanoLumens, this will be a giant leap forward in its quest to fully commercialize its revolutionary ‘digital wall paper’ technology that literally turns any surface into a powerful communications platform – while eliminating virtually all of the weight, installation, energy, and cost efficiency issues associated with traditional large format digital displays.
NanoLumens’ management says that its NanoFlex and new NanoWrap flex digital displays are the only solution of their kind. They conform to fit any surface; are thin, lightweight, energy efficient; and can be mounted as easily as a work of art – basically shattering the traditional usage limitations of large format digital displays.
“Our Flex technology can now be assembled to satisfy any shape and size requirements, so any location can now become a dynamic and dramatic video display,” says Rick Cope, president & CEO, NanoLumens. “At the same time, our new line of NanoSlim and NanoShape non-flexible displays, available in 6mm, 5mm, and 4mm pixel pitches, will offer customers a more cost-effective alternative when flexibility is not a requirement.”
Cope says that NanoLumens is the only company in the world able to reliably manufacture ultra-thin and lightweight, easy-to-install and maintain, seamless 6mm pixel pitch flexible digital displays in virtually any shape or size to meet each customer’s unique requirements.
The company’s patented display technology, which allows customers to select from 4mm up to 10mm pixel pitches (depending on the model), promises to transform the way marketers engage their customers indoors and out of doors in every type of trade show, retail, hospitality, stadium, arena, transportation and public event environment.
“Now, any surface can become a compelling display surface as simply as hanging a mirror,” Cope emphasized. “This product line is going to forever change the rules of the game when it comes to creative customer engagement.”
In addition to being ultra-lightweight and energy efficient, NanoLumens displays feature a seamless, edge-to-edge picture quality (up to a brightness of 5,000 nits) that can be viewed from any angle or any distance without color shift or picture drop-off. Designed and engineered to be energy efficient, NanoLumens displays consume less energy per-square foot than conventional digital displays. Further underscoring their commitment to eco-friendly technology, the NanoLumens displays are composed of up to 50% reclaimed materials, and are completely recyclable. What’s more, some new NanoLumens displays can be serviced from the front, making maintenance easier than ever.
Completely U.S.-designed and assembled, NanoLumens displays are now available in both flexible and non-flexible in four product lines: NanoFlex and NanoWrap flexible displays; NanoSlim non-flexible rectangular displays; and NanoShape non-flexible round, square, and triangular displays.
Lawrence Dvorchik, CETW’s general manager, says, “When CETW attendees experience the NanoLumens product line, they are going to look at customer engagement in a totally new way.”
In addition to NanoLumens’ own Booth 527, where you’ll be able to discuss the products with NanoLumens’ representatives, Dvorchik says that NanoLumens displays will be featured throughout the CETW exhibit area as well, because of their compelling uniqueness.
The company’s technology has been recognized by Entrepreneur magazine as a 2011 future-proof tech trend and was cited by The Wall Street Journal in its 2010 Technology Innovations Awards. NanoLumens’ technology also received the 2011 Breakthrough Technology of the Year Award at the American Technology Awards.
October 20th, 2011 at 10:45 @489
It is so nice!! I just visited their website and saw that the CBS Projection Systems on the London Underground on Baker Street were changed to their technology. Impresive. Congrats.