Display to your best advantage
Video walls can create a dynamic experience, and allow you to show facets of your operation, process, or products that aren’t displayed elsewhere in your booth. One beautiful way to accomplish a three-dimensional effect is to integrate video monitors with structural elements. One of our favorite displays (above) cleverly hid the edges of the monitor while tying in branding elements with repeated octagon shapes.
In September, we visited the International Manufacturing Technology Show, which filled McCormick Place in Chicago. Since it was a local show with several of our clients exhibiting, the Nichols team scouted the floor looking for the best examples of the 2016 Exhibit Trends. Our next few blog posts will feature photos from IMTS 2016.
Give visitors a life-sized experience of your products by stacking multiple monitors. A simple way to achieve this technique is by flipping the monitor vertically to give the illusion of more surface area.
Inset video walls were a big trend at IMTS 2016. Give attendees a custom and (almost) seamless visual by inserting multiple monitors or LED panels into the frames of your booth. It creates a bright and polished focal point to display the best of your company’s content.
Go big or go home! This circular hanging sign, made from an enormous number of LED panels, really demanded attention on the show floor. This wins our vote for video branding taken to new heights!
That’s a wrap for our IMTS 2016 blog series. Remember, when you’re looking to integrate video into your booth design in a way that will leave visitors in awe, download our free ebook on the 10 BIG Trends from ExhibitorLIVE 2016. We would love to brainstorm with you and incorporate any or all of these trends into your next exhibit. Contact us when you’re ready to make your trade show vision a reality!
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