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Ten Companies To Watch In 2008 Redux

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

In December 2007 we wrote a post entitled ‘Ten Companies to Watch in 2008‘. That list, in full was… Neo Advertising AdWalker Motomedia Quividi Dagobert DeMedya EnQii (now ComQi) Screen Technology MultiQ The Sound Agency and in addition, a couple of intrepid readers threw their two pennies’ worth in (oooh! the danger in doing that […]

Prysm Delivers More Shape In Retail

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

We predicted back at the beginning of 2008 that Shape would eventually triumph over boring 4:3 and dull old 16:9 and along with MicroTiles we now have another revolutionary technology that allows shapes to be made with some ease – here we see Prysm Life-size displays being used to enhance the immersive brand experience for […]

BITS Alumni Bulletin Board

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

As all of you ex-BITS (Business Information Transmission Systems Ltd) employees seem to be enjoying yourself using this post as a not-so-private forum (and we are all enjoying what you are posting) we thought we’d hand it over to you completely!!!

How The L Did That Get There?

Friday, January 15th, 2010

Andrew Neale

This is strangely reminiscent of the screen our team put together almost two years ago for Harrods, see our post (April 2008) How The ‘L’ Did That Get There?, with the now defunct ITrans technology from also defunct Cambridge based Screen Technology. Then again it should look familiar as it’s made up of LiteMax’s LITILE […]

How To Judge A Man By His Shoes

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Alex Hughes

DailyDOOH’s editor-in-chief chose his clothes well at last week’s Christie Digital MIcroTiles launch event in New York City and looked almost slim in his I-wannabee-Steve-Jobs-Garb – in this case, black polo neck shirt (that’s a turtleneck to American readers), black slacks and some very nice Oliver Sweeney shoes! Adrian did a great job as Master […]

What Exactly Can You Tile?

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

Andrew Neale

Since the launch of Christie Digital’s MicroTiles a few weeks back a question we keep being asked is “What displays can you tile and why hasn’t the industry created shapes before?” So what sorts of screen technology can actually be made into shapes and indeed what can be ’tiled’? The concept of tiling is not […]

Designing For MicroTiles

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

Alex Hughes

Thanks to the team at DailyDOOH, we were privileged enough to get in early to work on what we think is now the most innovative screen platform out there – Christie Digital’s recently announced MicroTiles. Over the past year, Amigo Digital have had the opportunity to develop content for MicroTiles and explore the nature of […]

ITrans Is Dead, Long Live Litile34

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

UK, Cambridge based Screen Technology may have gone spectacularly Tango Uniform but only after burning 10’s millions GBP, doing a CVA, more investment, more administration and then finally being thrown off of the Alternative Investment Market but word reaches us again (it’s been a persistent rumour for some time) that their interesting ITrans product somehow […]

Litemax To Release Litile34

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

Our sources in Taiwan tell us that Litemax Electronics Inc may be ready to release Litile34 – which is effectively a Taiwanese version of (Screen Technology’s) ITrans display. Early prototype versions of Litile34 that we saw last year were much slimmer than ITrans (18 – 20 cm), ran at something like 300W and were about […]

World’s Largest Flexible Display Technology?

Monday, May 25th, 2009

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

Norcross, GA based NanoLumens Inc. claim that they can do a millimeter thin 110 inch display which will weigh under 90lbs (likely cost iro USD 75K). The picture here does not do their screen or their technology ANY justice so please take a look at the video on their web site where you will also […]