Say goodbye to conventional projector technology…

…and say hello to Advanced Inc. business partner, FogScreen, the company that has “changed projection technology forever”.

FogScreen Projection Technology. It’s as simple as it is stunning.

While innovation is a given within the audio visual industry, every once in a while something comes along that completely changes the way we look at things – like digital projection for instance. After all, a digital projector is just a digital projector right? Not when you get your hands on the limitless possibilities that FogScreen’s projection technology offers.

Using nothing more than tap water and ultrasonic waves, these ground-breaking, attention-grabbing displays consist of a thin curtain of ‘dry’ fog that serves as a translucent projection screen to display images that literally float in the air. The unique FogScreen projection screen technology creates a smooth misty airflow that captures images just like a conventional screen to create ‘walk through magic’.

The difference is that, not only can you walk right through a FogScreen projection screen, but you don’t even get wet.

This brand new way to project images allows you to look at projection technology like never before.

No more fixed screens at restaurants or nightclubs, nor at museums, casinos or any other venue where visual stimulation is not just a requirement but a necessity. And what about the big launch for your flagship product? Or maybe your annual trade show in which you want to make a huge impression?

If you’re looking to make your mark, such as creating an unforgettable branding experience, look no further than renting a FogScreen projection solution from Advanced Products Group of Toronto.

FogScreen. One company. Two products. Limitless possibilities.

Read more about FogScreen from Advanced Inc. here.

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