Polytron Technologies, Inc. Announces Epoch-making New Product: PolyDigitTM LED Moving Display Glass

Date: 23 October 2012
Source: Polytron Technologies, Inc
In the early part of September, Polytron Technologies, Inc. announced an epoch-making new product, PolyDigitTM LED Moving Display Glass.

With PolyDigitTM LED Moving Display Glass, you can play moving advertising contents via a transparent glass.

This amazing product will boost the glass industry into a new era. You can display an incredible huge size screen on a façade with the PolyDigitTM LED Moving Display Glass installed. PolyDigitTM can show moving text, logos, images and more. The PolyDigitTM display can change the contents freely through software after connecting to a computer. This high-tech innovative glass incorporates LED chips into two sheets of glass and laminated with interlayer. It performs as an excellent promotional tool in creating attention-getting displays. High performing bright LEDs conserve energy while creating good luminance.

PolydigitTM offers endless possibilities of what the LED moving display can do on transparent glass. A sample set is available now. Please watch our video for more details at: http://www.polytron.com.tw/PolydigitGlass-Film.html?CID=11

POLYTRON in Glasstec Dusseldorf 2012

2012. 23-26 October

Hall 10, G68

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