"For years TV and video has been trapped inside the 'box,'" said Josh Byrd, NanoLumens marketing manager.
"Architecture doesn't follow those rules and there are columns and rounded walls and our CEO saw a need and said, 'Why do you have to hang a big box on a round wall that some architect made so pretty' and what he
came up with is this flexible LED product that we now build."
Leveraging a portfolio of more than 20 international families of issued patents, NanoLumens' large-format, flexible digital display, the NanoFlex, measures approximately 112 inches diagonally, weighs only 85 pounds and aims to transform retail, corporate and public spaces.
Along with the flexible display, the company also builds a non-flexible NanoSlim display with ultra-thin display profiles for space efficiency and a NanoShapes series, the NanoSlim platform in various shapes.
"For people who are not sure about the technology, what I normally tell them is we do what you see in Times Square except on a slightly smaller scale and for indoor application," Byrd
The large displays offer high-resolution imaging and flexibility in a thin package.
What's more, NanoLumens' displays are energy efficient, made from 50 percent reclaimed material and are almost 100 percent recyclable.
"LEDs are by their nature very energy efficient and we used a mixed of recycled products to make it more green," Byrd
said the lightweight nature of the product makes it as easy to handle as "hanging a big picture or big mirror in your house," the majority of NanoLumens'
customers are retail stores, malls and transit stations.