Windows of Huntington Beach Toyota Come Alive With Digital Display

Windows of Huntington Beach Toyota Come Alive With Digital Display
  • Looknglas, a Lake Forest, California-based Media company, has gone live with the first integrated Window Video System at the state-of-the-art Toyota Dealership in Huntington Beach.Looknglas Window Video Systems display HD Video images directly on the front windows of businesses. Looknglas Systems replace window posters, painted window signs, banners, and LCD-TV screens with larger, more exciting, futuristic displays directly on the window glass (like in the movie “Minority Report”.)

Video messages and all system controls are managed remotely, by Looknglas. The environmentally friendly system saves money in printed signage costs, paper waste, installation/de-installation, and eliminates the need for additional training or personnel to operate the system. Looknglas works directly with the business to develop their own high-impact sales messages, transforming their showroom windows into high definition video screens.

This first of its kind installation at Toyota of Huntington Beach consists of five Digital Displays, including an 8-foot Ultra-light video pane suspended in the Service Drive, two Digital Window Displays directly on the front showroom windows, and one two-way Digital Poster in the customer lounge. Each display runs a distinct message playlist, targeted to the audience in the specific areas.

“This is a completely new Advertising Medium, and represents the future of Signage and Display. We are at the forefront of making it affordable, effective, and profitable." says Ed Personius, president of Looknglas.

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