Forget LCD Screens

“Forget LCD screens and heads-up displays – the future is 3-D.” – Auto Express, April 2008

Provision Gained a Lot of Attention...

“Provision gained a lot of attention at the [Digital Signage] show for its holographic displays, which make images seem like they are floating from the screen.” – Digital Signage Today, April 2008

Clearly, Digital Signage

“Clearly, digital signage, holography and other state-of-the-art technologies are about to transform the show floor – and business as we know it as well.” – Exhibit City News, May 2008

The Wow Factor

“The wow factor hit me right between the eyes – figuratively, of course, but these holograms are so convincing it’s hard to believe they’re not tangible objects.” – Exhibit City News, May 2008

One Glance at ProVision

“One glance at the ProVision booth told me holography has definitely come of age.” – Exhibit City News, May 2008

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Case Studies

    Fred Meyer 3DEO Reward Center

    Provision presented Fred Meyer, A Kroger retail chain based in Portland, Oregon, with an innovative Point-of-Sale program focused on consumer needs, the 3DEO Rewards Center. An impressive 40’ 3D holographic display projects high definition advertisements into real space approximately 3 feet in front of the system. A unique and interactive destination for consumers, the 3DEO Rewards Center invites users to browse and the opportunity to print coupons and promotions from brand name manufacturers across nine in- ‐store categories.

    For customers, the experience is exciting and memorable. For marketers trying to cut through the clutter of a litany of marketing channels, its value proposition is powerful: it stops traffic: “a clutch of other shoppers, stood transfixed, voicing ‘whoas…’ this was a true traffic stopper,” commented ABC reporter Bill Robertson.

    Customers and store managers praised the 3DEO Rewards Center for both the quality of the 3D projection system and the significant value it presented to customers every day. The pilot program resulted in thousands of coupon prints from manufacturers Unilever, Procter and Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Schering Plough, and more. On average, users printed 1.6 coupons per visit.