PSAV Presentation Services is now offering a new communication platform for meeting professionals that uses next-generation interactive digital signage to deliver information and entertainment to event attendees, the company said. The PSAV Interactive Video Wall enables planners to present their message in a digital format that is branded to their unique themes and provides sponsorship and advertising opportunities.
The PSAV Interactive Video Wall made its debut in January at the Professional Convention Management Association's Convening Leaders 2013 annual conference and will soon be on display at Exhibitor 2013, the world conference and exhibition for trade show and corporate event marketers, held March 17 to 21 at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.
"PSAV is thrilled to be the exclusive provider of this in-demand, seamless, glass-touch technology to the U.S. hospitality industry," said Anne Bailey, PSAV manager of account development. "When we debuted the Interactive Video Wall at PCMA, it was met with rave reviews. More than a dozen association managers said it is a 'must-have' for their events later this year. Not only does the high-definition display grab attention, but it compels people to get up-close and personal with show messaging. It's a dynamic presentation tool that also provides a heightened level of entertainment and gives multiple users simultaneous access to the information that is relevant, thus making the meeting even more engaging and memorable. It's iPad-style familiarity but in a much larger format."
The PSAV Interactive Video Wall is available in two standard sizes, each using 46-inch square screens configured in either a two-by-two or three-by-three display. With 32 touchpoints on the entire surface, meeting goers can view maps, presentations, games and more.
Each of the 46-inch TouchLED panels feature backlighting to provide outstanding energy efficiency. On average, this display technology uses 30 percent less energy when compared with LCD or plasma technology. The state-of-the-art look and feel enhances visual impact, and the thin glass bezel front makes for a seamless wall appearance.
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