Allure and its Christie Experiential Network (CEN), leaders in creating engaging experiential Digital Out-of-Home (DOOH) solutions, has signed a deal with Southern Theatres to deliver digital in-theatre advertising and promotional content through its interactive and experiential digital displays in theatre lobbies. The deal further expands Southern Theatres’ multiyear partnership with Allure and CEN for digital signage services.
Dscoop, the largest digital printing user group in the graphics industry, has announced the launch of a brand new educational series designed to provide practical information to help print service providers grow and enter new markets by learning about the features and capabilities of HP’s brand new PrintOS system.
Roland DGA’s new Wilmington, Massachusetts-based Roland Imagination Center celebrated its Grand Opening with a reception that included a ribbon-cutting ceremony, guided tours of the state-of-the-art 3,500 square-foot facility, demonstrations of the company’s latest wide format digital printers, and more. Attending the June 16 event were Roland DGA dealers and end-users, members of the press, the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce, and even a State Senator.
NEC Display Solutions of America, a leading provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, captured InfoComm16 awards from Systems Contractor News for its 5,000-Lumen HD laser projector, Rental & Staging Systems for its 65-inch Ultra High-Definition (UHD) display and Direct View LED video wall, and Best of Show Award (Digital Signage) from Newbay Media for its 55-inch High Bright display. In addition, rAVe Publications readers honored NEC for Favorite Manufacturer Social Media Presence, and the Global Presence Alliance presented NEC with a Global Excellence Award.
Gable, a Baltimore, Md.-based digital technology and visual solutions company, is wrapping up the installation of an iconic freestanding identity feature outside of JACK Thistledown Racino in North Randall, Ohio this week.
Agfa Graphics is fortifying its western region wide-format team with the addition of two Digital Imaging Specialists, Christopher Beighley and Len Peppi. Beighley and Peppi will be responsible for sales of the company's award-winning Anapurna and Jeti wide-format inkjet products throughout California, Arizona and Nevada.
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., operated by Panasonic Lighting Americas, announced it will add a LED T8 Tubes with Drivers combination to its EVERLINE LED linear product solution offering. The LED T8 Tubes and Drivers are dimmable and may qualify for local utility rebates that require the retrofitted fixture to include a permanent (external) LED Driver. The LED T8 Tubes and Drivers are designed to be a step between the EVERLINE LED replacement T8 Tubes that operate with fluorescent ballasts and the EVERLINE LED Retrofit Kit.
New research from The Signage Foundation provides an inside look into what's shaping and influencing the digital printing industry.
The research includes thoughts on how technologies, methodologies, and materials impact the sign and graphics industry, as well as how designers, fabricators, and manufacturers are navigating digital printing processes.
When Lilly Signs of Taylorville, Illinois was founded in 1996, owners Jason Lilly and his wife Val started noticing that many of their customers were coming in requesting signs just like the ones they were seeing around the area—in particular, those of the dimensional variety!
With this in mind, they knew that they had to jump into being able to manufacture these types of signs, in order to take advantage of this increased demand for dimensional.
Today this four-person, full-service shop is still going strong and still producing dimensional signs to meet demand.
The GL-XXXX-GUARD light guard from Larson Electronics is a CNC precision machined steel guard designed to protect roof mounted spotlights from limbs and other low lying obstructions that could otherwise cause damage to a light. This guard also works well with lighting equipment that is mounted on a boat or an ATV.
Jeff and Lori Kolenich are the owners of SpeedPro Imaging Cleveland West in Ohio. The Koleniches opened the studio because they were interested in revitalizing the city of Cleveland (nicknamed the “North Coast”) and helping its businesses enhance the city’s signage visually in order to positively affect the community.