Webinar to explore 3-Ds potential for retail
on Friday,May 28,2010 19:05
The Retail Customer Experience Executive Summit will present a free webinar, 3-D Signage and the Retail Experience, on Thursday, June 3 at 2 p.m. EST.
The webinar will feature experts who will analyze and discuss the latest in 3-D display technology as well as their future business applications at retail.
Films like Avatar have ignited the public's interest in 3-D. Companies are racing to perfect the technology that will make the effect more common, not just in the cinema, but in the home, at school, in the shopping mall and anywhere else information is conveyed.
Potentially, retailers could profit from 3-D signage, from posters to digital signs and displays. But the technology is so new at this point that companies have much to learn before deciding how to implement it in their stores and malls.
In this webinar, attendees will hear about state-of-the-art 3-D display technology and delve deeper into how it can help their businesses and the impact it could have on the customer experience. Attendees can ask questions of webinar panelists and get up-to-speed on an emerging technology that has the potential to change the face of the retail shopping industry. Registration information is on the Retail Customer Experience website.
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