Dazzle, a media façade enabled by E Ink’s electrophoretic displays at the San Diego International Airport’s new rental car centre, has won a Flexi Award for product innovation from the FlexTech Alliance.
The International Sign Association (ISA) has named the three winners of its 2018 Innovation Awards, as selected from among 54 entries by a panel of industry experts. They will be showcased at this month’s International Sign Expo.
The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nev., has debuted Brilliant!, a 30-minute after-dark audiovisual (AV) show in its north gallery that uses digital projection mapping to re-animate 40 of its iconic vintage signs.
The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce’s (CIBC’s) graphic-wrapped ski-thru automated teller machine (ATM) has returned to British Columbia’s Whistler Blackcomb resort with an added feature: a 0.9-m (3-ft) tall animatronic penguin.
On New Year’s Eve, Ottawa’s National Arts Centre (NAC) unveiled the Kipnes Lantern, a three-storey glass tower showcasing what is reportedly the largest transparent light-emitting diode (LED) screen in North America.
Canadian artist Douglas Coupland’s ‘Northern Lights,’ a 14,865-m2 (160,000-sf) light-emitting diode (LED) installation on the new Telus Sky Tower, will become Calgary’s biggest public art piece when it debuts in 2019.
The Sign Research Foundation (SRF) drew a capacity crowd to its first full-day university workshop earlier this fall, which coincided with the International Sign Association’s (ISA’s) Sign Manufacturing Day.
Toronto’s Humber River Hospital (HRH) has installed a 22-screen video wall to display analytics in what it calls Canada’s first hospital command centre, built in collaboration with General Electric Healthcare (GEHC).
Astral Out-of-Home has introduced Canada’s longest horizontal full-motion digital display—measuring more than 7.9 m (26 ft) high and 57.3 (188 ft) long—atop the former Hard Rock Café in downtown Toronto, facing Yonge-Dundas Square.
This year’s five-day Printeriors showcase will again use the style of a hotel to show print service providers (PSPs), signmakers, architects and other professionals how they can use printing technologies for cost-effective interior decor applications.