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3D advertising
“Imagination building” uses an innovative 3D projection technology. The live outdoor 3D projection event, was executed by Imagination on behalf of the Vienna Tourist Board in London to attract new holiday makers to the city.
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Creating theatre and unique experiences in stores and spaces can be a powerful form of communication. With recent 3D technological advances, will we soon see 3D displays become a more frequent appearance on our high streets?

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