In one of the corridors Terminal 1 is installed a minimalist visual solution simulating a flower whose petals are configured of backlit LED, and each of them a curved screen of 1.8 x 3.6 meters is integrated and pixel pitch of 5.4 mm NanoLumens.

NanoLumens has created a spectacular digital support for Toronto Pearson International Airport architectural design that combines LED technology with curved screens, creating a center passenger information that is as artistic as it is functional.

Este minimalista desarrollo visual, localizado en uno de los pasillos de la Terminal 1, está configurado por cuatro Led retroiluminados que simulan los pétalos de una flor y se abren desde el centro hacia fuera. Cada uno de ellos integra una pantalla curva de 1,8×3,6 metros y un pixel pitch de 5,4 mm ofreciendo una envolvente pantalla de información.

The petals are made of translucent Corian and a large number of multicolored LED that provide a variety of opportunities to be customized. Under each of these petals you will find a 'halo' 360 screen that wraps around the central column of sculpture and used to provide information and announcements from the airport. This is almost eight meters in circumference and NanoLumens uses LED technology with a pixel pitch of 4mm.

Este es el último proyecto en el que este fabricante ha participado con la compañía de transportes aéreos de Canadá. Sin embargo, su relación se remonta a tres años atrás cuando realizado la instalación de una pantalla Nixel de doble cara de 6×1,2 metros en la puerta de embarque del aeropuerto más grande de Montreal. Proyecto que fue continuado con la implantación de dos pantallas de 360 grados de la misma línea y unas medidas de 7,3×0,6 metros cada una, en la puerta de salida transfronteriza (Transborder Departure Gate USA).

At Vancouver International Airport, NanoLumens undertook the project to renovate the existing screens with a pixel pitch 10 mm which have been replaced by 2.5 mm. These were placed in the arrivals in the customs area, and the border of outputs. It measures 9.7 × 6.7 × 2.7 meters and 3.6 meters respectively.

"The NanoLumens screen is very thin, with a minimalist design that looks great in the installation environment, but even more important is the image in ultra HD displayed on a stand," says Almir DeCarvalho, Vice President of Sales of the company.


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