Digital signage is vital because anyone can use it to effectively share product information, convey internal communication, or provide public information. Before, it was limited to a large screen or LCD monitors that showed still or 2D images. These days, electronic signage must be interactive to attract attention. It must also be easy to use, able to display both 2D and 3D content, and be energy-efficient.
HYPERVSN knows this well and has started the business of pushing for holographic ads with their Holo Tech. Now, they’re presenting a new product in their lineup to lead the future of digital signage — the HYPERVSN SmartV.
HYPERVSN SmartV is launched as a new generation platform, providing technical innovation in the 3D, VR, AR, and the Metaverse space. It can connect to various ecosystems of products in the digital signage and pro-AC markets. This is due to its ability to connect in onboard HDMI solutions, allowing for 3D and 2D content as alternative LED solutions or standard video walls.
You can also customize your content when using the HYPERVSN SmartV platform so that it can respond to the audience in real-time. Motion and voice control are some inputs that will allow your holographic content to interact in real-time. In addition, you can connect it to Tablet, Voice, and Camera controls to help you create more interactive content.
Most importantly, HYPERVSN promises that this solution is more power-efficient than other LED-based displays. That’s because it can create high-resolution images using lesser pixels. On average, its power consumption rate is even said to be less than 50 watts. Meanwhile, most regular digital signages consume at least 100 watts.
Digital signage is essential when marketing a brand, message, or business. HYPERVSN SmartV can attract more people to respond to your LED displays, and it’s a sustainable technology every business can take advantage of. For interested parties, they can head to the website and contact the company for a quotation.
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