New e-Signage Range to be Shown at TiLE
GDS TO PRESENT NEW E-SIGNAGE RANGE AT TiLE 2004
Global Display Solutions Ltd. (GDS), market leader in the design and manufacture of industrial monitors, will present its new e-Signage range at TiLE 2004, June 14th - 17th, Maastricht, The Netherlands, on Stand 300.
Amongst the products to be shown at TiLE will be the 32" and 37" LCDs, 32" LCD with Touch-screen, Moving Floor Display, 3D Display, TFT Glass-Bonded Display and Sunlight Readable LCD Display. The e-Signage range offers marketing and information display solutions to a range of industry sectors including leisure, entertainment, travel, retail and advertising.
GDS's new 32" and 37" LCDs are especially sleek in comparison with their predecessors, due to their unique Italian design by Architetto Michele De Lucchi. Both sizes consist of parallel, undivided screens, protected by one sheet of glass to create one continuous screen.
The 32" Touchscreen LCD display has been developed using optical image touch components supplied by NextWindow Ltd. The technology is unique in providing touch sensitivity to the entire surface including the surrounding panel area as well as the active display screen. As a result, almost any size glass surface can be touch-enabled.
The Moving Floor Display is a shared venture between GDS and Flasma. These displays are incorporated into the floor so they do not take up any space.
In addition, as they are waterproof and durable, they can be used inside and outside.
The revolutionary 3D Display is a joint enterprise between GDS and Dynamic Screen Entertainment Ltd. It projects images that appear, like holograms, to be suspended in mid-air. This display is considered unique as it produces 'external' rather than 'internal' images and allows for the re-purpose of existing 2D material to be used in conjunction with 3D material.
In addition to its e-Signage range, GDS will also be showing the latest TFT Glass-Bonded Display. This is manufactured using the technique known as glass-bonding, which increases brightness and contrast, making the screen a lot easier to read. In addition to eliminating internal light reflections and refractions, the display is much more robust and therefore enduring.
Very high brightness Sunlight Readable LCD Displays will also be on Stand 300. These allow display applications to be located either outdoors, inside vehicles or in any other bright conditions where normal LCD displays cannot cope.
For more information on the e-Signage range or any other GDS displays, please visit GDS at TiLE 2004 on Stand 300.