North Sioux City interactive laser billboards

Laser advertising – what is it? Envision projecting your brand on the Washington Monument, or the Taj Mahal, even Niagara falls. We present to you the next wave of digital marketing – a world of interactive billboards, hybrid laser and video projections, multi-dimensional messaging and mechanized urban light installations. The future is now.

We can transform any North Sioux City object, no matter the location, into a broadcasting platform – a channel for building your brand. We are no longer confined to standard media and billboards to capture your audience. Almost anything can be projected almost anywhere, and the content can be generated in real time. Utilizing high-wattage full color lasers, video projection and LED video walls, we create alluring, interactive spaces. Your clients can control, touch, and modulate the message, blurring the lines between entertainment, advertisement and education. Light, imagination, movement, sound and thought come together as one to immerse your participants, amaze your audience, and influence the masses.

We can transform your space into a spectacle of light with video and laser projections. Need to project your message onto a nearby rock formation in North Sioux City? We can do it. Our lasers can display a perfectly clear image on an object a mile away. Epic has the tools, the eye and the experience to bring it to life: 3D, motion graphics, robotics, software design and more. Your next marketing blitz could be a synchronized show of laser light in cities around the globe. When the promotion must be positively amazing, you know who to call. When your brand is futuristic, cutting edge and unforgettable – that is Epic.

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