Digital menu boards showing up on food trucks

Digital signage and digital menu boards are going mobile with food trucks.

Food trucks are one of the fastest-growing dining trends spreading to cities across the country, with delivery trucks, wagons and even old school buses re-purposed as foodie havens. And some of them are taking digital signage on the road with them to display their menus in a dynamic and fluid fashion, or even to help entertain diners.

Eat at Recess, a San Diego-based food truck founded in September 2011 by entrepreneur Jason Swinford, uses a digital signage display from NEC Display Solutions for both branding, with logos and scannable QR codes, and entertaining, with an Xbox Kinect and Blu-ray player connected to the NEC high-brightness display.

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