This article will explore the tech that offers practical solutions to many of your collaboration challenges in the workplace. But let’s spend a minute on what collaboration actually is on a human level first; collaboration starts with mindset after all.
We covered the wider set of attitudes and principles about our recent article on what is collaboration but here are the basics:
- A mental attitude where individuals support the collective achievement of goa
In the professional world, collaboration is a MASSIVE deal in 2021 and one that a huge array of manufacturers are hanging their hat in terms of meeting room technology.
But what does it really mean and how do you judge what kind of technology helps you achieve this mystical power?
There’s usually a method of collaboration that can help you achieve a goal more effectively. Whether it’s working on creative projects that require dynamic input from multiple individuals, or annual reports that need to be reviewed by multiple executives, collaboration pla
As well as the obvious differences between LED (light-emitting diode) displays and other forms of image display, there are some major differences between the different types of LED products available on the market. We’ve done our best to answer some of the most important questions when it comes to buying an LED video display.
Hopefully, these points will help you make an educated decision regarding your potential purchase but you can always get in touch with the experts at DisplayPoint if you need some added guidance.
1. Is the screen fixed, mobile or modular?
LED display screens are all of the above. Depending on your requirements, a suitable LED display can be configured to meet the needs of your environment and application.
Fixed LED screens can be permanently installed at any location, providing a reliable form of image display that is well-suited to advertisements or sporting events, amon
LED (light-emitting diode) display screens are becoming the new standard for both outdoor and indoor video display. You’ll increasingly find these bright image displays in many retail environments, but they’re also creeping into business locations, offering high quality and impressive image quality.
While projectors still hold an important place in the display technology world, LED products are becoming an attractive alternative; all the more popular due to new products on the market, such as the Optoma FHDQ130, which offers greater flexibility for displaying images in indoor spaces.
If you’re curious about LED displays and how you might benefit from them, we’ve put together a guide of everything you need to know.
What is an LED display?
LED video display is a that uses a panel of LEDs to create the image. This differs to LCD or liquid-crystal display, which sometimes uses LED’s for backlighting, but not for the image
LED is now used for a wide range of applications. Ever since they were developed for practical commercial usage, they have become a popular alternative to traditional incandescent light bulbs of the past.
Today, LED technology can be used for a variety of different purposes and offers a number of benefits over other types of display technology. Key here is its ability to deliver ultra-bright, high-quality images on an extremely large scale.
Understanding how these light-emitting diodes (LED) function may well inform your decision when investing in a new piece of technology. We’ve outlined everything you need to know about LED technology below, but if you need more guidance or information about how LED achieves its impressive results, or need help choosing the right LED screen for your venue, don't hesitate to get in touch with the experts here at DisplayPoint.
What is LED display technology?
Light-emitting diodes (
Here at Displaypoint, we spend a lot of time talking about technology for collaboration. You can’t blame us really; the right technology can improve the productivity of just about every business in one way or another.
But of course, when you mention ‘collaborative working’ the image that usually pops up is of a group of people all huddled around a touchscreen. And whilst in a very literal sense that is collaborative working, we’re here to remind you that there are many different ways of collaborating on projects and a wide range of amazing technology to help you do so.
If 2018 promises anything in the world of meeting room technology, it’s that video conferencing is going to become more and more popular in offices up and down the country. For many years now, the slow rise of the remote worker has been creeping up on us, but as we tip over into the New Year, it’s clear that this trend is here to stay and it’s largely thanks to improvements in technology.
Ever got tired of waiting for the WiFi to connect on a video conference call, given up and used the telephone instead? Well we think those days are finally history.
Why video conferencing?
There are some fairly obvious, but nonetheless great reasons why video conferencing is such a valuable tool for businesses everywhere. The first of these is clear – it simply saves you a whole lot of time.
If your client is based on the other side of the city and it’ll take the best part of an hour to drive each way, then you’ve saved two hours’ worth of productivity on a meeting