Comanche futuristic laser projections

What is laser advertising? Envision projecting your brand onto Niagara falls, or the CN Tower in Toronto, even the Hoover Dam in Arizona. We present to you the next big thing in digital marketing – a world of interactive billboards, hybrid video and laser projections, holographic messaging and mechanized urban art installations. The future is now.

We can transform your building into a spectacle of light with video and laser projections. Do you need to project your message onto a nearby mountain in Comanche? We can do it. Our lasers can draw a perfectly focused image on an object a mile away. Epic Lasers has the tools, the eye and the experience to bring it to life: motion graphics, robotics, 3D, software design and more. Your next campaign may be a synchronized show of laser light in urban locations around the planet. It’s time to rethink advertising. When your promotion must be nothing short of amazing, we’re the ones to call. When your brand is futuristic, cutting edge and unforgettable – that is Epic.

Why be confined to conventional forms of advertising? Whether natural or man-made, any Comanche structure can be utilized as a broadcasting platform – an opportunity to grow your brand. Almost anything can be displayed almost anywhere, with the content generated in real time. Utilizing LED video walls, video projection and high wattage full color lasers, we create engaging, interactive spaces. People can control, touch, and modulate the message, blurring the lines between advertisement, entertainment and education. Light, thought, sound, imagination and movement come together as one to immerse your participants, astonish your audience, and influence the masses.

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