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  1. owenaoz

    DES

    In reply to: Thumper on Tuesday 14/02/06 10:02am Go DES. I don't know how some people haven't been notice it's amazing jump in share price. The fundamentals are very good IMHO.
  2. owenaoz

    CVY

    In reply to: owenaoz on Saturday 07/05/05 02:19pm More ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/thumbdown.gif
  3. It's just a matter of waiting. Nothing has changed since the last announcement as far as we know. I think that some sharetraders are too impatient and too greedy for instant gains. If I had some spare care I would buy more at the current low price. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/rolleyes.gif
  4. owenaoz

    CVY

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  5. owenaoz

    KMC

    Press Release Source: The Durst Organization 'The Lion King' Helps Inaugurate the Brightest New Lights on Broadway as Durst Introduces Radical Sign Technology Atop 4 Times Square Wednesday April 20, 3:33 pm ET - Disney First Up for 'Psycho-Physics' Display from Australia's Lumacom NEW YORK, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The fabled bright lights of Broadway are about to get brighter, higher, more high-tech and more "green" than ever before. At sunset on Thursday evening, April 21, The Durst Organization will inaugurate a spectacular 2,500-square-foot electronic display at the top of the western façade of its 48-story flagship tower at 4 Times Square. The sign incorporates a revolutionary high-resolution, energy saving technology linked to psycho-physics, the science of sensory processes and perception. The resulting display will be clearly visible and readable to viewers as far away as the New Jersey side of the Hudson River. The sign, by Australia-based technology company Lumacom, will occupy the highest space (above street level) available for third-party advertising in North America, and possibly in the world.[/b] http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/ohmy.gif A display for Disney's landmark production of The Lion King will be the sign's first imagery. The Lion King, which has won six Tony Awards and is now in its eighth year on Broadway, will occupy the LumaGraph panels for at least several weeks. Tom Bow, senior vice president for leasing for The Durst Organization says that space for similar types of signage is being made available on 4 Times Square's three other facades. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/biggrin.gif "We're at the forefront of what we believe is the future of outdoor commercial display, with a technology that is visually stunning but low-impact in terms of the environment and cost of maintenance," says Mr. Bow. Lumacom CEO Rodd Sala says the 4 Times Square sign will be the first psycho-physics-based commercial display in the Western Hemisphere. He explains that the proprietary "LumaGraph" panels achieve their effect by using only about 10% of the light elements, or pixels, of a conventional sign display. The pixels are arranged in a special matrix that induces the viewer to perceive the fully intended picture without the need to actually illuminate the entire surface area of the display screen. In New York to oversee final commissioning, co-inventor and Lumacom founder Oscar Sala said: "The LumaGraph panels are lighter, more cost-efficient, and far more environmentally friendly than conventional electronic signage. They provide the full-range of color, motion and resolution, but use much less energy and generate far less heat, eliminating the need for complex cooling systems." The sign is pitched slightly forward from the top for ease of viewing, and its displays have an extraordinarily wide-angle viewing range of 170 degrees. Lumacom is using the local expertise of Spectrum Signs, Inc., based in Farmingdale, N.Y., which is in charge of engineering, installing and servicing the sign. On 4 Times Square. Tom Morra, director of New York City projects for Spectrum, is overseeing the project. Clear Channel Spectacolor has the advertising assignment. Lumacom is in the process of sourcing and installing a world-wide network of its LumaPanel electronic advertising bill-boards, with the first of such systems represented by the installation at 4 Times Square and two equally stunning screens totaling more than 3,000 square feet in Istanbul, Turkey. The installation in Istanbul is on an equally commanding location atop the Marmara Hotel in Taksim Square -- the "Times Square" of Turkey. Lumacom is a publicly listed company headquartered in Perth, Australia. Formerly a private company known as Display Systems Advertising -- founded and managed by Rodd, Oscar and Mickey Sala -- Lumacom went public in the year 2000. Oscar and Mickey Sala are the inventors of the LumaPanel technology. The Durst Organization, founded in 1915, is one of New York's oldest and largest privately owned real estate firms, with an office-building portfolio comprising more than 8.3 million square feet. The firm is widely recognized as a world leader in the development of technologically advanced and environmentally responsible commercial property. Among its newest projects are the 2.1-million-square-foot Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park, which is being co-developed with Bank of America; and The Helena, a 600-unit "green" rental residence on Manhattan's West Side, which is expected to become one of the first multi-family buildings to earn a gold LEED certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) from the U.S. Green Buildings Council. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Source: The Durst Organization
  6. owenaoz

    KMC

    Unfortunately for my short term investment, what you say sounds reasonable. The key is going to be LUM setting up many more of these signs in other locations. Maybe the main use of 4TS will be a showcase of the technology to would be customers. But will there be enough money in the kitty to satisfy the demand if the sign is deemed a winner? Your comments about why it has been so slow for LUM to locate customers for the 4TS site makes sense. The locals know the area, and people don't tend to look up at night. It all comes down to how far the videos will be clear enough to bother to watch. I would like to think it will be more than 1 km.
  7. owenaoz

    KMC

    Checkout the photo posted by Dr Pepper/Oak on H/C http://matt.pintglass.org/ Note the comment by the blogger Matt in response to mine.... 4. Yeah, the videos started a few night ago. It’s cool and all, but what if they made it on demand so I could request what I wanted to watch? I don’t have cable so I think it would be great if they threw a random cable channel up there each night. Yeah, like that would ever happen. Comment by Matt  4/14/2005 @ 10:12 am
  8. owenaoz

    KMC

    In reply to: Tahi on Friday 11/02/05 04:08pm http://www.ShareScene.com/html/emoticons/unsure.gif Price and volume might be useful for daytrading, but for long termers,, the quality of the product and the management are surely paramount!!!
  9. owenaoz

    KMC

    In reply to: rooster on Friday 11/02/05 03:57pm http://www.sharescene.com/uploads/post-16-1091941946.gif I would like to share your optimism, but these new reports by rednblu have me rattled.
  10. owenaoz

    KMC

    In reply to: Rednblu on Friday 11/02/05 12:29pm http://www.ShareScene.com/html/emoticons/unsure.gif This is all a bit disturbing. It's frustrating having such a good product with what appears to be very poor management. It won't be the first time that a good product goes down the gurgler because of poor management. It's bad enough that it might be poor management, but lets hope that there is nothing sinister going on behind the scenes. http://www.ShareScene.com/html/emoticons/sadsmiley02.gif
  11. In reply to: Mungo on Friday 11/02/05 01:11pm We are in for a good ride
  12. In reply to: owenaoz on Monday 03/01/05 10:39pm http://www.sharescene.com/uploads/post-16-1091941946.gif It will surely take off if the USA approval comes through
  13. In reply to: regal on Tuesday 21/12/04 04:26pm Anyone got any idea how long the response from the USA is likely to be coming?
  14. owenaoz

    KMC

    A lot of water has passed under thge bridge since this forum started on LUM. On paper, I am considerably poorer. But is Rod can be trusted, LUM still has a bright future, albeit not as rapid a take off as originally anticipated. I have had enough of unmoderated drivel on HC. I think I will return to ShareScene.
  15. owenaoz

    KMC

    A lot of water has passed under thge bridge since this forum started on LUM. On paper, I am considerably poorer. But is Rod can be trusted, LUM still has a bright future, albeit not as rapid a take off as originally anticipated. I have had enough of unmoderated drivel on HC. I think I will return to ShareScene.
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