While use cases for digital signage are as expansive as ever, the hardware that makes up digital signage systems has traditionally remained the same – until now. Sharp strives to evolve hardware and solutions to create new possibilities. Read more here.
The esports industry has skyrocketed in recent years with the global esports market valued at more than $1B in 2021. As the industry expands, venues need to ensure they are appropriately outfitted to host these events.
Video games have come a long way since Super Mario Bros. Professional esports events now attract thousands of fans to arenas and are streamed to massive audiences worldwide. See how viewing stadiums are changing to meet the needs of esports in this whitepaper.
Safety and security are the two most important priorities among transportation professionals. Public or mass transit involves greater numbers of people in one space and in emergency situations, different safety strategies need to be employed.
If you’re considering adopting a digital display to better engage your audience, selecting the perfect solution for your specific needs can be a challenge. Take a look at the 7 key factors to consider when choosing a display solution in this infographic.
Direct view LED has been making a name for itself for dynamic, high-bright large surface visualization. In transportation, stores and malls, reception areas and boardrooms, fine pitch LED solutions offer a genuine alternative to more traditional options.
Sharp offers 6 points of service from consulting, design, production, construction, training and after-sales service.
Houses of worship face the challenge of meeting increasing expectations. Providing an inspiring multimedia experience has become more essential to attract and engage worshippers. Read about the tools that can help boost engagement.
A key factor when deciding on any dvLED solution is to choose the best pixel pitch for your needs and budget. Learn how to do so in this infographic.
While direct view LED video walls can carry a higher price tag than LCD video walls or projection systems, explaining the return on investment to potential customers can help justify the added cost.
Video walls have become an increasingly popular digital signage choice. When deciding which type of video wall installation is appropriate for your customers’ needs, a basic decision is determining which of the two basic types of technologies — LCD or dvLED — is best for the specific application. Read about the benefits of each technology in this whitepaper.
Improving collaboration has emerged a key challenge for medium and large companies over the past few years. The fundamental need for employees to communicate visually and to collaborate with others working in remote locations has shifted the structure of the modern corporate workplace. Read more about how companies can stay productive in this changing environment.
Hospitality organizations have the unique opportunity to make use of their physical spaces to attract, inform and entertain consumers. The key to engaging customers lies in three digital display technologies. This guide to digital signage shows how these technologies are changing the game for hospitality businesses.
There are factors to consider that will optimize impact and longevity of a dvLED. Be sure to explore partners that are easy to do business with, seek a product designed to be serviced on site and gain peace of mind with longer warranties.
Every growing congregation offers new opportunities to use sound, video and animation to create awe-inspiring services and events. As your house of worship’s attendance has grown, you’ve probably already experimented with larger video screens and more powerful audio systems. But technologies like these are just the beginning. Read more about these technologies in this Sharp byline.