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How to maintain DLP seamless splicing screen

How to do regular maintenance of large-screen optical equipment, DLP seamless splicing screen wall maintenance guide, as long as you remember and follow it, DLP seamless splicing screen wall will be no problem for 50 years. 1. Put the large-screen optical equipment in an environment that is easy to ventilate to increase the service life of the bulb of the large-screen optical equipment. 2. Regular cleaning of large-screen optical equipment can improve the brightness and contrast of the large-screen display system (increased by 10% to 30%). 3. When the temperature is very low, it will affect the normal use of the outdoor large screen. Generally, it is recommended to temporarily stop using it when it is below minus 30 degrees Celsius. Of course, taking other measures, such as installing an air conditioner in the box, can also ensure normal use. 4. Pay attention to the maintenance of daily optical components (color wheel, LCD panel, polarizer, lens, etc.) to prevent premature aging. 5. If the DLP seamless splicing wall fails, please contact the manufacturer in time. The above five points are the maintenance guide for DLP seamless splicing screen wall for everyone. I hope you will pay more attention to it during use.

4 good aspects of restaurant digital transformation

For the restaurant industry too, digital signage has quickly assumed a far more central role. Nowadays, if you go to a cafe or diner, chances are high that a screen will be staring at you from some corner. But, the issue is that many businesses are yet to mine the benefits of digital signage in restaurants up to its full potential. That brings us to the idea of a digitally connected restaurant. To understand the concept, let’s go over the components one by one. The whole idea of a digitally connected restaurant uses simplistic solutions to reduce friction in business. If you notice, all the restaurant signage solutions that I have mentioned above are quite commonplace. But the problem is that most of these solutions are deployed as standalone. Some restaurants have digital menu boards, but not a queue management system. Some cafes have digital screens and TVs installed at every corner of the place, but they are grossly under-utilizing their resources by playing only commercials or showing the news & weather updates on TV. The thing that most restaurants & bars fail to implement is a holistic solution— a common platform or a restaurant digital signage software using which they can manage all the different digital arrangements like queue management, entertainment, menu board. 1. Digital Menu Board What is the usual scenario when you visit any restaurant or cafe? You walk into the place– go straight to the ordering counter to see the menu board (good luck if it’s a popular

Can you use digital signage as a tv?

Digital signage and TV displays are two different technologies used for different purposes. While digital signage and TV may seem similar at first glance, they have distinct features that make them better suited for specific applications. Digital signage refers to the use of digital displays to deliver dynamic and interactive content for advertising, communication, education or entertainment purposes. Digital signage displays can feature animations, graphics, videos, and images, and can be controlled remotely via a Content Management System (CMS). Digital signage is commonly used in public spaces such as shopping malls, airports, stadiums, and hotels, among others.   On the other hand, TVs are display screens primarily used for entertainment purposes such as watching television shows, movies, or playing video games. TVs are designed to provide high-quality images and sound, usually through cable or satellite connections. They come with features such as built-in speakers, tuners, and HDMI inputs.   While it’s possible to use digital signage displays as a TV, it’s not the most practical solution. Here are some reasons why:   Picture quality – Digital signage displays are designed to showcase high-resolution images and videos in bright environments where sunlight and other ambient lighting can interfere with picture quality. However, these displays do not provide optimal contrast, color accuracy, or viewing angles, making them unsuitable for watching TV content.   Audio quality – Digital signage displays often come with basic speakers that are not ideal for reproducing high-quality sound from movies or TV shows. TVs, on the other hand,

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