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Displax : Interactive Storefront Windows

December 18th, 2005 | Filed under: Architecture, Products, Technology | 8 Comments »

Displax developed by Edigma, combines rear projection holographic screens with finger tracking to bring interactive storefront displays to retailers and various commercial applications.



8 Comments on “Displax : Interactive Storefront Windows”

  1. 1 Interactive Architecture dot Org » Interactive Facades by Edigma said at 4:19 pm on December 18th, 2005:

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  2. 2 Pedro said at 2:32 pm on December 19th, 2005:

    Displax® – Interactive Window is a holographic & transparent interactive display, similar to a
    glass, being therefore, a revolutionary concept. Brands that use Displax® benefit from a highly
    innovative image and high impact, allowing to keep and to bring up to date relations with its
    customers and to create new relations with potential customers.
    The origin of Displax® – Interactive Window appears from the concept of “displayâ€?. Display is a
    screen where is possible to see images, texts or videos. It’s exactly what you can do with
    Displax® – Interactive Window, but more…much more…
    Displax® – Interactive Window allows human interaction in a shop window, with multimedia
    applications, emission and record of sounds, detection of human presence in front of the display,
    etc. It’s completely revolutionary!

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  6. 6 Zono said at 4:12 am on November 18th, 2006:

    I can see a Displax Screen in Barcelona (Spain), I think that this open a new market option, I believe that in a few years this system has implemented around the world. The company that implement this systems in Spain is Showlutions, http://www.showlutions.com, I think

  7. 7 daria said at 4:13 am on October 30th, 2007:

    there’s a company that does simillar things but with much better graphic and a stronger creative vibe. they are called EyeClick
    and their products are innovative and cutting edge

  8. 8 Mario Fernandes said at 5:23 pm on November 13th, 2007:

    Hi,
    This is Mario Fernandes and i am in Kuwait. I am very much amused and interested in your rear projection holographic screen. Could you send me more details on the above and also if you could let me know the price per unit and how long will the delivery take if i order for 2 to 3 pices. Also mention how i can make the payment to your company.
    Hoping for a quick reply.

    Regards,
    Mario Fernandes


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