ArtPlayer.com Introduces Digital Signage Children’s Illustrations at Libraries and Other Locations

June 10, 2013

Cumedin ApS announced today that ArtPlayer — a digital signage art service that displays world-famous masterpieces by Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir etc. — now also displays more than one thousand HD illustrations from children´s books including teddies and fairies.

Aalborg, Denmark (PRWEB) June 10, 2013

Currently, a number of libraries subscribe to ArtPlayer´s section of fine art drawn from all the major art movements including Copenhagen Libraries – the largest public sector library organization in Denmark.

Cumedin Managing Director Morten Kryger comments, “it was natural for us to extend ArtPlayer´s content range to encompass illustrations from children´s literature given that we already display fine art for adults in libraries across Denmark. Children´s imagination will certainly be stimulated by more than one thousand HD illustrations from children´s books including teddies and fairies.

We can deliver ArtPlayer content as a stand-alone digital art streaming service, but can also integrate it smoothly with other digital signage systems as a screen feed. At Naestved Public Libraries, we have integrated ArtPlayer to Scala Digital Signage, and at Taarnby Community Libraries we have integrated ArtPlayer to Black Box.”

ArtPlayer´s content range will be extended continually with a focus on provision to libraries, hotels and healthcare organizations.

For additional information, contact Morten Kryger or visit http://www.artplayer.com

About Cumedin ApS

Cumedin ApS is a screen media company that delivers fast and simple access to digital-art-as-a-service entertainment to customers all over the world including hotels, libraries and resellers in the digital signage broadcasting. For more information see ArtPlayer.com


Managing Director Morten Kryger

Cumedin ApS

+45 30 426384


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