Digital Menu Board Software. Breakfast to dinner (4 Display Screens)

Digital Menu Board Software. Breakfast to dinner (4 Display Screens)

Graphical interface to display menu restaurants Sushi Rice. Designed in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Flash programmed (action scrip 2.0). The system is hosted on a server on the Internet. Editing images and texts is via a user interface that generates an XML file. Updating is immediate. The system can play the same image on multiple monitors.
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Out of Home Advertising with College Bookstore Digital Screens

College bookstores are a place of bustling activity throughout a school year, especially at the start of a new semester. Students continuously fill up the store looking for class books, supplies, and school apparel. If the 18-24 demographic is what you are looking to tap into, this form of digital advertising is ideal for your company.

This guaranteed traffic and audience presents a valuable alternative advertising opportunity for your brand. Statistics show that the college bookstore is considered the No. 3 place to shop among college students and 54 percent of students report making a purchase at a local college bookstore within the last 30 days.

What are the benefits of investing in digital screen advertising at a college bookstore?

One of the most important aspects of a college bookstore digital screen is that you are giving your brand the opportunity to reach a very specific type of audience in college students. The placement of these screens – right by the cash register with full audio and video – provides easily accessible advertising to a key demographic.

The content that this network broadcasts is divided into five channels: Music, Lifestyle, Entertainment, Sports, and All College. That original content – whether it is relevant news, contents or calls-to-action – is paired with broadcast advertising that is perfect for a continuous and specific audience.

Where to Find College Bookstore Digital Screen Opportunities

A company that specializes in bringing original, interesting content and relevant advertising together on 42-inch LCD screens can help your brand or product reach national exposure, and to an important demographic.

The ability to reach a large audience of people and be paired with relevant content makes digital advertising screens a highly desirable form of alternative advertising. With access to college bookstores nationwide, a broadcast network can also implement your product on demo/sampling products, static signage, new product launch, and much more.

College students are an important segment to reach when trying to promote your product. Through the use of college book store digital screen advertising, you will be assured of continuously reaching them in area of high activity. With interesting content displayed on large, clear video screens, placed in a prime location, advertising with digital screens in a college bookstore is a great way to expand your brand’s presence.

If you are looking to get involved in an out of home advertising opportunity that will continuously reach your desired audience, digital screen advertising in college bookstores around the country is the ideal fit.

Jeff R. Lamb is the president of DOmedia: an alternative media company. DOmedia specializes in connecting asset owners with buyers for all forms of alternative and out of home (OOH) advertising strategies. Learn more at

Digital Signage ? Understanding Screens

Flat screen technology has only been around a few years but already it has not only replaced its forerunner the CRT TV in our homes but also these thinner TV systems has paved the way for a revolution in out of home advertising.

But the demands on digital signage differ to those placed on home entertainment screens and while technologies like HD (High Definition) make quite a difference when you’re watching the latest Hollywood blockbuster, it will have little impact on an advertising campaign run on a HD digital signage screen.

However, there is a difference in the differing technologies used in modern flat screen TVs with advantages and disadvantages to them both. Generally when it comes to modern flat screen TVs they come in two varieties – the LCD (Liquid Crystal display) or plasma.

There was a time when there were quite sharp differences in the two technologies. Plasmas used to be brighter and have a better quality image, while LCD TVs used less power and were less susceptible to screen burn.

However, technology has advanced quite sharply and now the differences in the two technologies are negligible and more consideration should be given to protecting the screens to ensure the quality of image doesn’t diminish due to other factors.

Unlike home entertainment use, screens used in digital signage are often left exposed to direct sunlight or kept continually on. Heat build up and the direct glare of the sun can damage both LCD and plasma screens.

Some digital signage enclosures use clever technologies to ensure the screens of modern plasmas and LCD’s are protected. Air curtains are often used in some LCD enclosures, these blow a curtain of cool air across the screen preventing sun glare from causing hotspots. Anti-glare glass is also used extensively in LCD and plasma enclosures to ensure the screen is as readable as possible under direct glare.

When running a digital signage campaign, protecting the screen is crucial as the only outlay other than running costs is caused by replacing the screens. However, both running costs and protection may have become decidingly easier thanks to the development of LCD screens with LED backlights.

These use an array of light emitting diodes (LED) to generate the backlight of the TV. This not only uses a lot less power than conventional LCD technology but also they do not get as hot ensuring the screen costs less to run and will last longer.

Richard N Williams is a technical author and a specialist in the digital signage industry helping to develop outdoor digital signage and protection for plasmas. Please visit us for more information about LCD Enclosures or other digital signage solutions.

TouchSystems Announces Flagship IDS Series Touch Screens and All-in-Ones

Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 21, 2014

TouchSystems today announced the new TouchSystems IDS Series. The company’s flagship line of displays, which include a number of all-in-one solutions, range from 10 to 42 inches, are bezel-free, offer dual touch, and include models ideal for use in desktop, digital signage and customizable open-frame scenarios.

Carol Nordin, president of TouchSystems, said, “TouchSystems brings solutions to market that meet our customers’ needs, both through our partnerships with leading display manufacturers and through innovative touch-enabled displays and all-in-ones under the TouchSystems brand. Our new IDS Series of interactive, digital signage solutions combines a sleek and stylish bezel-free design with dual-touch technology and optional all-in-one functionality at a desirable price point for our customers.”

TouchSystems IDS Series touch screens include:

10.1-inch, 21.5-inch, 32-inch and 42-inch sizes
Sleek, stylish bezel-free design
Dual-touch technology

TouchSystems IDS Series all-in-ones include:

21.5-inch, 32-inch and 42-inch sizes
Intel i3 processor standard, optional i5 processors
4GB memory standard
320GB hard drive
Sleek, stylish bezel-free design
Dual-touch technology

The TouchSystems IDS series of displays and all-in-ones is available through TouchSystems’ distribution partners. Customers can also contact TouchSystems to create custom solutions.

Since 1996, TouchSystems has been a pioneer in display enhancement technologies. TouchSystems works with customers to create innovative solutions such as desktop touch monitors, interactive digital signage, all-in-one systems, kiosks, and industrial controls and peripherals. TouchSystems is based in Hutto, Texas and is a certified woman- and minority-owned small business. For more information, call (512) 846-2424 or visit TouchSystems also can be followed on Twitter at

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