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Cumedin launches digital signage

Aalborg, Denmark – Cumedin announced recently that it has launched, a plug-and-play instore TV and digital signage service.

ArtPlayer displays high-resolution fine art images and allows the user to create his own messages, thus transforming any screen that’s connected to an internet-enabled PC into a dynamic infotainment gallery.

In contrast to traditional digital signage which is designed for a retail environment where the aim is usually to grab people’s attention by displaying dynamic content, ArtPlayer is better suited to quiet surroundings where people stay for longer periods of time such as restaurants, office buildings and libraries, according to Cumedin.

“ArtPlayer is inspired by Bill Gates, who since the early 1990s has displayed art on framed and wall-mounted PC screens at his mansion,” said Cumedin managing director Morten Kryger. “Now, anyone can get the basic ArtPlayer service for free and display world-famous fine art images on screens at home or in their workplace. Plus, the professional ArtPlayer service, for which clients pay a small fee enabling them to display their own content as well as ArtPlayer’s fine art images, targets a worldwide market that’s growing rapidly.”

ArtPlayer allows the user to specify which collection of fine art images they wish to display as well as altering image duration and background color. ArtPlayer connected screens can be updated centrally through any Internet-enabled PC, and Pro users can include their own logo and generate their own content.

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