Samsung, Chevron Testing AI-Driven Virtual Advisor For Buying Wine … At A C-Store???

January 22, 2024 by Dave Haynes

Buying wine at a convenience store strikes me as the kind of thing semi-desperate, had-a-bad-day people do when regular options like grocery or liquor …

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Proto Launches RetailSage, Pairing Hologram-ish Displays With Conversational AI

January 18, 2024 by Dave Haynes

The company that originated (as far as I can tell) the idea of using transparent LCD displays as life-sized hologram-ish visual illusions has now …

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ISE 2024 Sixteen:Nine ISE Mixer Sponsor Profile – Ergonomic Solutions On How And Why It’s A World Leader In Advanced Technology Mounting Solutions

January 18, 2024 by Dave Haynes

Integrated Systems Europe is coming on very quickly, and Sixteen:Nine is again doing a Barcelona version of the networking mixers it has been doing …

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PPDS Launches Free Content Creation And Scheduling App For Its B-Line “Business TVs”

January 17, 2024 by Dave Haynes

PPDS has added entry-level, on-premise CMS capabilities to update and manage content on its Philips B-Line series of 4K Business TVs – enabling users …

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Missed This: Perch Was Acquired By Raydiant Back In Sept. 2022

January 12, 2024 by Dave Haynes

Old news, but not to me – the San Francisco software and solutions firm Raydiant acquired Perch back in September 2022. I missed that, …

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Visplay, Videri Collaborate On Visual Merchandising System That Snaps Screens Into Electrified Slat Wall

January 12, 2024 by Dave Haynes

There are companies like Instore Screen and Bluefin manufacturing custom displays that work with the physical set-up of store fixtures, but I don’t recall …

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Big Electronic Shelf Label Vendor SES-imagotag Rebrands As VusionGroup Ahead Of NRF

January 12, 2024 by Dave Haynes

One of the better-known names in the electronic shelf labels market will have to do some work on building back awareness after announcing a …

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Cybersecurity Firm Deploys Some 150 Sony Pro Displays For Multiple Uses Across Global Offices

January 5, 2024 by Dave Haynes

Here’s an example of a company heavily adopting display technology across its workplaces, and standardizing on a manufacturer for everything from control room video …

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Hologram-ish Santa Offers Gift Ideas To Holiday Travelers At A Toronto Airport

January 4, 2024 by Dave Haynes

I’ve not seen a lot of real-world retail uses for those big transparent LCD shower stall-like displays marketed as holograms, but here’s an interesting …

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McDonald’s In Barcelona Adapts Queue Management-Style Window Screens To Enforce Order For Scooter Delivery Pickups

January 3, 2024 by Dave Haynes

I was intrigued two or three years ago to learn about a QSR operation – I forget which one – that was using digital …

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Office Tower Elevator’s Controls Tied To Digital Mirrors To Show Floor Location

December 18, 2023 by Dave Haynes

A UK company called iFaceMirror has been putting LCD-backed digital mirrors in the interiors of elevator (lift) cars for a bunch of years, with …

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Denmark’s Realfiction Expanding Beyond Hologram-ish Displays With New Multi-View Tech

December 15, 2023 by Dave Haynes

The Danish display tech firm Realfiction is best known for its merchandising-sized holographic-ish displays that use a variation on the old Pepper’s Ghost reflected …

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