Dynamax Technologies unveiled what it claims to be the world’s first 360-degree panoramic display, the Dynascan, this week. Suitable for use in environments such as retail, restaurant, museum and sports stadia, the digital signage unit produces three identical, full-colour, highresolution images to create a panorama. Dynascan displays images transmitted by the Internet, ISDN, video, corporate network or satellite. Dynamax claims that digital technology is revolutionising the outdoor advertising market. The company recently changed its name from Terminal Display Systems to reflect its change in focus to digital signage products.
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