Screen Innovations is hoping to captialise on its reputation as the first company to create a screen designed for orbiting in out of space by revealing its new ‘levitating’ Zero-G screen at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas.
While the company states that it will be the first of its kind in the world, it’s not the only world’s first Screen Innovations has planned for this year’s festivities in Vegas. In fact, the company has also stated that it will be unleashing an enormous curved, 8K rear projection display that will be 30ft wide.
Blake Vackar, vice president of sales at Screen Innovations notes: “Zero-G, which is our latest piece in our push to revolutionise the industry, brings elegance to a category that has been stagnant for years.
“That’s the foundation that Screen Innovations has built its success on. Where we have come as a company is incredible: this year showing the world’s first screen in space, Zero-G – the first ALR rollable display, Slate – the world’s first massive ambient light screen, FlexGlass – the world’s first rollable rear-pro glass screen and Zero Edge – the world’s first ultra-thin bezel screen.”
“That’s a lot of world’s firsts for a company that’s only eleven years old,” Blake continues, “other companies expect your business. Screen innovations is ready to earn it. If screens have become just another commodity sale, if there is no ‘WOW’ in how you view a screen then maybe it’s time for you to ask ‘what has your screen company done for you lately?’”
Screen Innovations will be showcasing its latest innovations at stand #C4815 at InfoComm 2016, where it will showcase both its levitating Zero-G screen to the public, alongside its 30ft behemoth – which is likely to steal the show.
Those wanting free passes to attend InfoComm 2016 can do so by using the reference code: SCR123.