NanoLumens shines new light on Palace bingo hall

NanoLumens shines new light on Palace bingo hall

Thursday, June 29, 2017 Posted by James Walker
Palace Station’s new bingo room has raised the bar for the industry

NanoLumens, a US-based LED visualisation solutions company, has completed the installation of two large displays in the new bingo room at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

According to the integration team at National Technology Associates (NTA), which performed the installation, the two large NanoLumens displays dominate the room, adding vibrancy and excitement, whether guests are inside playing bingo or just passing by on the casino floor.

“Bingo is one of Station Casinos’ most popular games among its guests, and Palace Station’s new bingo room has raised the bar for the industry,” said Nevin Edwards, senior project manager at NTA.

“Casino guests simply cannot ignore the messaging on the bright, crystal clear 1.5 feet tall curved NanoLumens Nixel Series display that stretches 56 feet all the way around the room’s entrance.

“It’s a powerful, visually stimulating solution that displays promotional messages and bingo bonuses to draw people into the room.”

Edwards added: “Once players enter the bingo room, the action centres around a massive 15.75 foot wide, 9.45 feet tall 1080p NanoLumens Engage Series display, which presents the bingo board and new numbers as they’re pulled.”

According to NTA, the need for large, reliable, bright HD display solutions in a fairly public space meant that the NanoLumens’ Nixel Series display was the best choice for outside the bingo room.

All Nixel Series displays are comprised of small proprietary squares of NanoLumens Nixels that can be combined seamlessly to form displays in any desired size, shape or curvature.

The new bingo room, which is part of a larger property-wide renovation at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino, features space for up to 350 players, including plush seating and a glassed-off smoking area to appeal to all casino guests.

Lori Nelson, spokesperson for Station Casinos, said: “Our casinos are the entertainment destination of choice in Las Vegas, and we’re always committed to bringing exciting new amenities and offerings to our guests.”

This installation marks the seventh collaboration between Station Casinos, NTA and NanoLumens to bring cutting-edge visuals to casino floors.

Previous projects include another bingo room at Santa Fe Station and multiple large video wall displays located in the sportsbooks at various Station Casinos’ properties, including Red Rock Resort and Green Valley Ranch Resort.

Discussing the importance of visual displays in gaming environments, NanoLumens’ vice president of sales, Dave Merlino, told “When you walk onto a gaming floor today it is literally a sea of LCD screens, that tend to blend together.

“NanoLumens’ LED display technology is a way to garner attention to your game with a dynamic display that really ‘pops’ to help draw your eye toward an area of the casino floor.”

Totally Gaming says: The new NanoLumens displays have helped make Palace Station’s new bingo room a prime attraction at the property. We can expect to see more custom LED installations at gaming properties across North America over the coming months, as operators look to increase customer engagement and drive new revenues.

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