Continuing to emphasize the importance of creativity in the design of compelling NanoLumens LED display installations, NanoLumens, award-winning creators of LED visualization solutions, has announced that submissions for the fifth annual Crystal Nixel Awards are now open. The annual Crystal Nixel Awards program spotlights and rewards an American and international partner that demonstrates outstanding creativity in the design and implementation of a NanoLumens LED visualization solution during the course of 2019.
“NanoLumens displays continue to empower designers and their customers to imagine and create dynamic LED visualization solutions that engage customers in new and previously unimaginable ways,” said Joe Lloyd, NanoLumens Vice President of Global Marketing. “The Crystal Nixel™ Awards program was created to spotlight the very best of these installations. We’re looking forward to seeing how this year’s teams have demonstrated their creative design and technological abilities to create compelling engagement experiences.”
This year’s NanoLumens Crystal Nixel Award submissions will be voted on by the NanoLumens team in order to determine the final winners. Submissions for this year’s awards will be open here until January 24, 2020 with winners announced by February 14, 2020.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, NanoLumens partners with clients to create uniquely compelling, interactive LED visualization solutions that take the guesswork out of owning a display network. As the fastest growing visualization company in the U.S., the company’s experiential LED displays exceed the imaginations of global clients in retail, transportation, corporate, gaming, higher education, sports and arenas, and houses of worship.
Through world-class proprietary technology, NanoLumens displays are ultra-thin and lightweight, energy efficient and available in any size, shape or curvature. NanoLumens solutions are proudly designed and assembled in the United States of America and come backed by an industry-leading six-year warranty.
For more information, visit www.nanolumens.com.