What a Concept... Advertising That Works!

Brand awareness – the Holy Grail of advertising. The true measure of success of an advertising campaign is validated by wide-spread recognition of the brand’s identity. Achieving that level of success comes from establishing and retaining control of the surroundings chosen to promote the messaging.

Thanks to Provision’s leading-edge 3D holographic technology, advertisers now have unprecedented control over their marketing environment. Our 3D holographic systems enable consumers to see and hear all of your advertising, ensuring your messages will reach your target audience, essentially eliminating ad avoidance and partial messaging concerns.

How Do Customers Respond

Provision Puts You In Control

Quantum leap in effective retail advertising

Provision’s proprietary 3D holographic display technologies afford advertisers unmatched ability to direct customized content to a target audience. Our innovative 3D digital video systems empower advertisers to increase brand awareness and influence consumers’ buying behavior by having them interact with products that are literally within arm’s reach of messaging.

Provision’s interactive 3D holographic displays represent a quantum leap in effective retail advertising, combining sight, sound, and even smell to powerfully engage consumers at THEIR most CRUCIAL POINT OF DECISION MAKING.

Through Provision’s state-of-the-art, interactive 3D holographic displays, advertisers can engage shoppers and enhance their in-store experience through targeted and effective messaging that creates demand through sensory awareness.

In Store Promotions

Advertising Brings Its best Game

3D holographic screens positioned strategically throughout stores influence consumers’ shopping decisions. According to a Nielsen Media research study, 68 percent of those surveyed stated that in-store messaging would affect their purchasing choices. And according to PQ Media, the leading provider of alternative media econometrics data, in-store TV ads generated nearly $100 million in 2005 revenue, a 45% increase from the year before.