Hot discussion topics on the Digital Signage Portal Forum
As you can see from our Twitter feed, this week we have been heavily involved with forum discussion on the digital signage portal forum. We believe in generating “good” karma through helping others in the digital signage community.
The current hot topics are:
- Player & Screen resolution compatib…
I’ve got a player that outputs (via dsub) resolution at most widescreen ratios ie. 1280×720, 1360×768, etc.
My issue is with most, if not all, LCD TVs nowadays their tech sheets don’t support most widescreen ratios, with a lot of them displaying only 1360×768.
What will happen if the designers create their templates for 1280×720?
Will the TV crop it, show scroll bars, flicker?…
- Has anyone used Digital Signage SaaS?
I was wondering whether anyone has used or is currently using Digital Signage SaaS? Could you please let share your experiences of what you’ve encountered when using this type of a solution…
- Directional Speakers
Has anyone integrated directional speakers with their digital signage technology. We are interested to know how these systems work and whether they are worthwhile and cost effective equipment to include in a digital signage solution.
What are the most common industries using directional speakers?
- Using Blue Ray technology
Has anyone come across digital signage players with Blue Ray technology?
Are storage size and HD quality the only advantages of using Blue Ray technology?
- Wayfinding KIOSKs
Wayfinding KIOSKs are becoming more popular in shopping centers. Today, I was walking around a major shopping centre and noticed how wayfinding was integrated with digital signage… or is it the other way around?
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