A ‘one-of-a-kind’ video technology – Hypervsn Wall – that allows the generation of 3D holographic advertising visuals of up to three metres high is on show from Kino-mo in Hall 10. Named by Mashable as ‘the future of retail displays’ the Hypervsn technology allows 3D videos to appear as if floating in the air, perceived by viewers as hi-resolution holograms. The solution supports common videos files such as MP4 and MPEG. It is made up of individual projection units and a proprietary management platform that allows users to manage a network of devices remotely from a single location.
Retailers can automatically synchronise visuals on several units and schedule campaigns via one click.
Hypervsn has already been named a top technology by the likes of USA Today and Yahoo! and has been used by companies such as Coca-Cola, Pernod Ricard, Procter & Gamble, McDonalds and Carrefour.
Kiryl Chykeyuk, co-founder at Kino-mo, explained: “Kino-mo’s mission is to bring impactful, groundbreaking solutions to businesses around the world. Visual advertising is at an evolutionary tipping point and we are launching Hypervsn Wall at ISE 2018.”