DSE 2014 to Present All-New Dynamic Digital Environments Master Class Feb. 11

Digital Signage Expo® (DSE), the world’s largest and longest running International Tradeshow and Conference dedicated to digital signage, interactive technology and digital out-of-home networks (DOOH), announces that its Tuesday, February 11 pre-show program will feature a brand new educational opportunity created for design professionals.

Dynamic Digital Environments Master Class is a full-day program that will take a look at innovative case studies and information essential to architects, designers and art directors, and the integrators, fabricators and manufacturers who work as a unified team to create informative and media-rich environments for retail, entertainment, airports, hospitals, office buildings, sports facilities, urban environments and museum venues.

The five modules to be presented include an overview, group discussion and case studies:

+ Worldwide Projects Overview
+ The new LAX Bradley International Terminal & its Integrated Environment Media System
+ The Gensler LA Lobby Project – A Multi-surface Experience
+ Montreal’s Luminous Pathway of the Quartier des Spectacles
+ Group Discussion led by Susan Szenasy, Editor of Metropolis Magazine

Richard Lebovitz, Editorial Director for ExpoNation, which produces DSE said, “Digital signage is now being used as a dynamic element in interior design and architecture, which makes it possible to enhance the consumer experience and engage visitors in a variety of venues.” He added, “This seminar program provides an in-depth look at just some of the innovative ways in which the medium is being employed.”

DSE is a Registered AIA Continuing Education Provider making attendees at this educational program eligible for AIA Continuing Education credits. Registration for this or any of DSE’s pre-show conferences, or any of the DSE 2014 educational conference seminars is available online at www.digitalsignageexpo.net.


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