Digital Signs

Digital Sign ExampleThe SJSU Digital Sign Service, launched a few months ago, is deploying its pilot customers.

The Digital Sign Service allows the user to dynamically display and update a range of content types on the target screens remotely, including web pages, slide shows and video. The display feature also supports composites of the different content types allowing the creation of visually interesting and appealing displays.

Display devices are usually large format digital screens (signs) in prominent locations. Content generation technology includes the popular OU Campus software as well as the ubiquitous HTML. More information about this project can be seen at Digital Signage.

The project is now underway and IT Services invites you to participate. If you are interested in learning more about this project, or displaying information for your area, please contact Mike Wardley, the Director of User Experience and IT Projects.

Digital Signage Tech Briefing—October 2012

Note: This article was originally published on our website in October 2012 and is being added to this blog for historical purposes.

Centralized content management software will integrate the content (text, image and video programming) flowing to digital LCD monitors across campus.

Touch screen enable applications will provide an interactive experience for way-finding and information retrieval.

The initial signage will be installed in high-traffic locations in the King Library, Student Union and Spartan Stadium.