In the ever-expanding mobile world, the traditional 2-D presentational models, such as simple pamphlets and flyers have become a forgotten art. However, models such as these and many more can be brought back to life with a portable, rechargeable media enhancement. By adding an ultra thin mobile digital screen, these once traditional business presentational models can be brought into the digital age.
Here at KopyRite, we can embed extremely thin, lightweight digital media screens into your brochure, Point-of-Purchase display, or any other variety of presentational item. This is made possible by ultra thin video screen technology. These tiny devices are capable of storing and playing digital media (which is electronically embedded), such as images, audio, and video files. These designs are created to be mobile, since the data is digitized and is usually stored on a flash memory, microdrive, or a small hard drive, enabling one to carry it with them wherever they wish. In addition, this allows for a wide variety of presentational options such as PowerPoint presentations, YouTube Videos, Prezi’s, etc., all at the palm of your hand! If you can imagine it, while the screen sizes and interfaces may vary, the results are always dynamic!
Thin video screens are part of the ever-growing electronic visual display technology sector. These screens are much thinner and lighter than traditional screen monitors. Additionally, most of these ultra-thin video screens utilize LCD technology. LCD technology utilizes the modulating properties of liquid crystals. With this form of technology, the video screens are backlit allowing for easier viewing and reading, along with improved linearity and higher resolution.
With the use of LCD technology, video screens are more energy efficient and are also better for the environment, as they can be disposed of in an easier manner. Additionally, its low electrical power consumption allows it to be utilized in conjunction with battery-powered equipment. This allows for an entirely new array of technical and presentational possibilities.