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Dynavisual’s innovative displays can be worn and synced @ CES 2024

Dynavisual synchronized displaysLED technology for wearable displays is a groundbreaking innovation that is revolutionizing visual communication. Flexible, bright, animated LED displays are a revolutionary technology that is transforming the way we think about visual communication. These displays, developed by Dynavisual, offer a flexible and expandable solution for integrating LED screens into various textiles, such as clothing, hats, vests, and coats.

How do Dynavisual displays work?

The CEO of Dynavisual, Maria Fernandez, explains that their IoT platform consists of both software and hardware components. The hardware is a bendable and very flexible LED display that can be easily integrated into different textiles. This means that almost anything can be visualized on these displays, making them incredibly versatile.

One of the key features of Dynavisual’s LED technology is its brightness and power. The LED screens are three times more powerful than a handy screen, making them highly visible even in bright environments. To support this power, the screens require two lithium batteries, similar to those found in mobile phones. These batteries can be charged using USB-C, making the screens rechargeable and sustainable. With four batteries inside, the screens can last for an impressive eight to ten hours, even when operating at maximum power. This extended battery life makes the screens ideal for use at events, sports stadiums, and other venues where continuous display is required.

The display screens can be made in any size, with one focus being on integrating them into clothing. This allows for a unique and eye-catching visual experience, especially in a stadium where the hats of the audience members can be the main focus. The aspect ratio of the screens can also be customized, allowing users to decide the size and shape of their display.

Dynavisual’s LED technology also offers the ability to integrate data and connect to the cloud. This opens up possibilities for gathering information from users and analyzing data for insights. The company envisions partnering with sports garment companies like Nike and Adidas to integrate their LED technology into clothing items. This would not only provide a unique visual experience for spectators but also allow for data collection and analysis.

The potential applications of Dynavisual’s LED technology extend beyond the sports industry. The podcast mentioned the music industry as another field where the technology could be utilized. For example, spectators at a concert could wear LED screens that display visuals synchronized with the music, creating an immersive and dynamic experience.

Syncing screens for a unique experience

One of the most impressive features of these displays is their ability to connect thousands of individual screens together to create a mega screen. Fernandez gives the example of a stadium, where 100,000 people can each have a small section of the screen. When they stand together, the entire message or image is revealed. This creates a truly immersive and engaging visual experience for the audience.

In terms of video quality, Dynavisual displays at 40 frames per second, ensuring a high-quality viewing experience. The CEO mentions that if these displays were used in a stadium with TV cameras broadcasting, the viewers would have a perfect view of the content.

Testing and release plans

Dynavisual has already tested this technology on a smaller scale and is now seeking partners to help scale it up. They are looking for investments, collaborations with manufacturers to create products using their technology, and partnerships with advertising agencies, football clubs, sport clubs, and event agencies.

While the technology is not yet available for individual purchase, it is primarily targeted towards corporations and organizations. The software platform that accompanies the displays is flexible and can easily be adapted to meet different needs. It is cloud-based, allowing users to upload videos and schedule them to play at specific times, similar to a digital sign.


Overall, flexible, bright, animated LED displays are an exciting innovation in visual communication. Dynavisual’s technology offers endless possibilities for showcasing messages, images, and videos in creative and engaging ways. With the ability to connect multiple screens together to create a mega screen, these displays have the potential to transform the visual experience at events, stadiums, and other large-scale venues.

Interview by Don Baine, The Gadget Professor.

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Skreeneo SoClean makes public touchscreens safe to use @ CES 2021

Skreeneo SoCleanIf you’re like me, you hate public touchscreens. Just the idea of touching something that someone else has been fiddling with seems gross. However, the technology is getting more common and will get even more common over the next few years at places like fast food, convenience stores, and grocery stores, as these places are forced into additional automation. However, the fear of touching public screens is even greater today, thanks to public health concerns. Fortunately, Skreeneo has technology that alleviates the concern while eliminating constant screen cleaning.

The Skreeneo SoClean technology uses silver ions to act as a barrier against bacteria. The ionized protection blocks the instantaneous growth and proliferation of microbes. When the silver ions come into contact with the bacteria, they prevent them from growing. With no reproduction path, the bacteria die in place, preventing them from spreading the disease to the next user, no matter the public health situation. It also prevents the devices from discoloring prematurely.

The SoClean technology is available in a variety of forms. The company offers unique kiosk and touchscreen solutions for business and display, with the SoClean technology pre-installed. So, if you are installing a new kiosk system, anything from self-checkout to autonomous hand sanitizing stations, you can have it be sanitary from the start. However, if you already have the technology in use, you can retrofit those devices with an add-on film.

As the demand for autonomous systems increases over the next few years, the importance of keeping those systems clean is going to increase. If you are working on a solution, for your business, Skreeneo’s SoClean technology should be part of your project research. To find out more about the company and its digital signage and SoClean technology, head over to their website for more information.

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Pure-Tech : PureTech Roll On Screen Protector for your iPhone

Bubble Free Screen Protection

At last, a way to add a poly-urethane screen protector without the squeege or smoothing out problems that almost always result in trapped air bubbles and a poor job. With a clever combination of packaging and materials (plus a QR coded instructional video) you drop your handset into the tray, clean the screen with the furnished material, and then the roller assures a perfect, bubble free screen protector.

With an MSRP of $19.95, the surface is self healing from scratches (for example, from car keys) within 24 hours and will remain active for 12 months after application.

Pure-Gear is smart and sensible and intended for active outdoor activities.

Interview by Andy McCaskey and Courtney Wallin of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network.