Wall of Touchscreens Makes Fleet Commander a Hutt-Size Star Wars Game
There have been some big Star Wars videogames, but none as big as Fleet Commander. Arthur Nishimoto, a graduate student in the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Electronic Visualization Laboratory, has developed his real-time strategy game to be played on a wall-size LCD screen. Players are divided into two opposing teams that take control of \[…\]
The MEC line is an interactive transparent digital signage display thanks to Intel's Concept and partnership for the retail and public sectors. Its current offered sizes range from 46" all the way to 55" as we are also working with LG and Samsung on getting larger screen panels implemented for the POS and POP markets. In the meantime, we are able to join screens together for larger displays and for store fronts.