Elite Screens announced Kestral, a brand of portable electronic screens measuring 84 or 100 inches diagonally in either a 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio. The company also demonstrated its VMAX Plus3 electric projection screen, which can be used in large presentation halls and auditoriums.

LG Electronics displayed its Full HD 1080p LCD and plasma HDTVs, advanced "stretch" screens and touch signage applications, and Remote Jack Pack (RJP) solutions.  The company also introduced the new True3D monitor, which offers an interactive three-dimensional viewing experience, where special glasses are unnecessary.

Panasonic introduced the Pro Plasma Display, a 103-inch plasma display that delivers 1080p HD images. Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, installed the display screen in its Presidential Conference Room, and university officials said they chose the product based on its size, sharpness, and clarity. Panasonic also introduced the UB-T780, an interactive whiteboard with a 77-inch screen that connects to an internet-enabled PC and a projector.

Sharp Electronics displayed its Sharp Digital Signage Software Package (SDSS), which delivers program creation, registration, scheduling, and distribution of pre-scheduled information on Sharp "PN" series LCD monitors. Different software packages allow users to create and display content on a single screen, as well as create content and remotely distribute programs and schedules over a network.

VITY Technology displayed touch panels, central controllers, scalers, and matrix switchers. The company’s touch-panel remote controls can communicate over a wireless connection, the company said, adding that integrating controls into an existing Ethernet LAN is simple.

Westinghouse Digital Electronics unveiled an all-included Digital Signage Solution that sports a 42-inch or 47-inch LCD 1080p monitor, a set-top box with digital signage templates for content creation and management, and a hard drive for media storage.

Wireless Ronin Technologies displayed Ronincast, a digital signage software program, and promoted a case study focusing on the University of Akron, which uses the company’s technology for marketing purposes around the campus.

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