Maryville interactive laser projection billboards

What is laser advertising? Imagine projecting your message on the Hoover Dam in Arizona, or the Grand Canyon, even the CN Tower in Toronto. We are bringing you the bleeding edge of digital marketing – a world of interactive billboards, hybrid video and laser projections, holographic messaging and robotic urban light installations.

No longer are we confined to conventional billboards and media to reach your demographic. We can transform any Maryville object, no matter the location, into a communication platform – a channel for your brand. Almost anything can be published almost anywhere, with the content generated in real time. Using video projection, LED video walls and high-powered lasers, we create captivating, interactive spaces. People can modulate, touch, and control the message, blurring the lines between advertisement, education and entertainment. Light, imagination, movement, sound and thought come together as one to engage your participants, astound your audience, and influence the masses.

We can transform your building into a spectacle of light with laser and video projections. Do you need to project your image onto a nearby rock formation in Maryville? We can do it. Our lasers can display a crisp image on something a mile away. Epic has the tools, the creativity and the expertise to bring it to life: 3D, software design, motion graphics, robotics and more. Your next product launch may be a synchronized show of laser light in cities around the globe. It’s time to rethink advertising. When your promotion must be nothing short of incredible, we’re the ones to call. When your brand is futuristic, cutting edge and unforgettable – that is Epic.

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