Union City laser projection art

What is laser advertising? Imagine projecting your message onto the Empire State building, or the Washington Monument, even the Great Wall of China. We present to you the bleeding edge of digital marketing – a world of interactive billboards, hybrid laser and video projections, holographic messaging and robotic urban art installations. Welcome to the future.

We can transform any Union City object, no matter the location, into a broadcasting platform – a channel for your brand. Why be limited to standard modes of advertising? Almost anything can be projected almost anywhere, and the content can be generated in real time. Using LED video walls, video projection and high powered RGB laser projectors, we create rich, interactive spaces. Your clients can control, modulate, and touch the message, blurring the lines between advertisement, education and entertainment. Light, thought, imagination, sound and movement come together as one to immerse your participants, amaze your audience, and influence the masses.

Do you need to project your slogan onto a nearby skyscraper in Union City? We can do it. Our lasers can project a crisp image on an object a mile away. We can transform your building into a spectacle of light with video and laser projections. Epic Lasers has the tools, the creativity and the expertise to bring it to life: robotics, motion graphics, 3D, software design and more. Your next milestone could be a synchronized display of laser light in urban locations across the globe. It’s time to rethink advertising. When your promotion has to be nothing short of incredible, you know who to call. When your brand is futuristic, cutting edge and unforgettable – that is Epic.

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