DFW Gets Curved LED Displays

The Duty Free Center shop, at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport’s Terminal D, has upgraded with three curved NanoLumens LED displays. Ford AV worked with NanoLumens to install the displays, which included an 18-foot by 10.5-foot LED display and two 12-foot by 7-foot displays, according to a press release.

The larger 4-millimeter pixel pitch display features a 180-degree video around a central pillar to draw in customers. The central pillar itself usually features product samples. The two smaller displays were placed at the top of a product kiosk, along the main terminal walkway, to insure customers will always see it.

“We’ve seen increased demand for NanoLumens displays as retailers recognize how a large screen really brings in more customers,” Sean Kupiec, project manager, Ford AV, said in the release. “Particularly in large transit stations, these displays will likely become the go-to option very soon. They are just so versatile in terms of size, shape, resolution and curvature, not to mention they are easier to maintain and have longer warranties than multi-panel video walls.”

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