Time Warner Cable has teamed with digital signage partner Reality Interactive to launch Time Warner experience stores in 14 U.S. markets. The stores' features include a Passion Focal Wall that lets shoppers design an experience from a tablet, as well as an Inspired Living Area that lets customers try out Time Warner products in a living room-like setting.
TouchSystems has launched a new entry-level, large-format display incorporating a 32-inch screen from NEC. "Our new V 32 is a cost-effective solution that is best suited for someone using digital signage for the first time. The display's feature set makes that first-time experience more enjoyable and less frustrating and stress-laden," TouchSystems President Carol Nordin said.
LED digital signage maker NanoLumens provided the technology to power a 5.5-foot-tall by 13-foot-wide digital sculpture at the Indianapolis headquarters of a Fortune 500 company. "We are standing on the threshold of an entirely new era of interior design, and visual displays are at the center of these designs," design consultant Bill Schuerman said.
The Gautier, Miss., City Council unanimously approved a $20 million tax-increment financing bond proposal to redevelop the Singing River Mall into an open-air center anchored by a new Wal-Mart store. The council also amended its sign ordinance to allow the project to include larger and taller signs.