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Case Study: Presentation Displays for Live Event

Digital display innovator Prysm announced that the company’s Digital Mannequin displays were selected to enhance the Honeywell Aerospace inbooth experience during the 2011 National Business Aviatio 11/16/2011 6:07 AM Eastern

Case Study: Presentation Displays for Live Event

Nov 16, 2011 11:07 AM




Prysm Digital Mannequin displays at Honeywell booth

Digital display innovator Prysm announced that the company’s Digital Mannequin displays were selected to enhance the Honeywell Aerospace inbooth experience during the 2011 National Business Aviation Association Annual Meeting & Conference that took place in Las Vegas Oct. 10-12. Powered by Prysm’s Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) technology, five Digital Mannequins standing 7ft. brought Honeywell Aerospace’s customers and technology to life with brilliant, high-definition video displays during the tradeshow.

During the show, Prysm’s Digital Mannequins were used as valuable sales tools bringing various Honeywell Aerospace products to life with stunning imagery and product videos. Each Digital Mannequin was used as a standalone presentation tool; designed with a custom touchpad interface controlled by the sales reps, the display on any tower could be easily changed to exhibit one of 16 Honeywell Aerospace product presentations. The Digital Mannequins helped illustrate the product stories with short video presentations that include stats, pictures, and design details. At various times during the conference, all five displays were synced together and streamed short videos depicting the everyday life of Honeywell Aerospace customers, including business jet pilots, maintenance teams, and FAA controllers.

Prysm Digital Mannequin

Prysm Digital Mannequin

Product at Work: Digital Mannequin

Prysm’s Digital Mannequin, powered by the company’s Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) technology, delivers life-like, life-size, HD images while consuming less power than a standard hairdryer. Standing 7ft. tall, the display is constructed of five 25 LDP tiles built on solid-state lasers to deliver brilliant images viewable from any angle.


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