Middle East, 18 January 2010 – NEC Display Solutions brings an impressive range of products and solutions to this year’s Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), in Amsterdam.
Live demonstrations at NEC’s booth will highlight its latest 3D projection technology and unique 20,000 ANSI lumens projector stacking solution. A highlight at the event is its NEC P701, a 70 inch high-end public display from the latest top-of-the-range model P-series. ISE visitors will get a first impression of NEC’s future display solutions that use sensors for real-time audience measurement, adapt content to persons standing in front and experience the NEC BarType display, for signage applications in areas with space restrictions. NEC this year also focuses on numerous innovative software solutions.
With the P701’s intelligent brightness control, NEC Display Solutions satisfies all the requirements of demanding digital signage, conference and control room applications. The company will also unveil entry-level digital signage monitors from the V series as well as the recently redesigned MULTEOS M401 and M461. Both series come with future-proof LAN control, instead of RS232, making it more user-friendly and flexible to users in most environments.
Visitors also won’t fail to miss the impressive video wall of 4 x 4 MultiSync® X461UN displays as well as the research project Pervasive Display Networks (PDN). This solution uses sensors to adapt content to the situation around networked displays in real-time. For instance the display changes advertising content automatically when different persons and target groups are passing it and shows customized contents.
A real unique and special digital signage product is represented by the NEC X431BT. The so called BarType display is designed for places with space restrictions where no digital signage can be applied up to now, for example shelves, shopping windows or pillars. Another of the manufacturer’s highlights is the presentation of its upcoming LED display solutions. With this the manufacturer meets customer requirements on mixed application of LCD and LED and completes his range of professional digital and retail signage display solutions.
Visitors will have also the opportunity to experience unique viewing demonstrations of NEC’s NP3250 projector. Up to four of these units can be combined to form an overall projection, featuring an impressive brightness and quality. NEC Display Solutions will also be using these stacking models to present a 3D solution. Thanks to a very quick automatic setup, this solution provides a fantastic three-dimensional image for stereoscopic projections.
Additionally, NEC will present its new low-cost 3D projection technology with the upcoming NP216. Combined with active 3D glasses and 3D software the entire installation is very reasonably priced, using only one projector and also eliminates the need for special filters or screens.
NEC Display Solutions will be demonstrating its latest trendsetting 3D solutions at ISE in Amsterdam between 2 and 4 February 2010: Hall 5, stand number: 078