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Induce Motion to Your Tradeshow Static Display with Unique Animation Light Box


LED display is probably the first touch-point of the audience with your product or brand in tradeshow and as an event exhibitor, you don’t want to miss the chance to impress your potential client. North America Display Corporation, a leader in the field of exhibit-ready displays and accessories, recently debuted its Flow-Motion Dynamic LED Animated light boxes. In the animation box, a ray of light travels through the graphics and makes the picture alive.

A portable array of pixel ladder lights are hung inside a durable aluminum SEG frame and covered by a static fabric graphic. The pixel lights are controlled via an integrated controller which is programmed by inserting a SD card with the desired animation program in the controller. Once assembled everything is plug and play, allowing for an easy change of LED animations. The LED system is built around an integrated controller that runs the animations stored on an SD card. The light traverse through the display graphics in a manner that it lifts the object out of the picture as if it is alive and doing some motion. 

For more information, visit https://www.exhibitoronline.com/news/article.asp?ID=19377

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