ANAHEIM, California – DSE has dubbed this year’s Expo as “Endless Innovation”, and the folks at RP Visuals (RPV) couldn’t agree more. This past year has been filled with mounting innovations created by the team at RPV. Their most recent innovation was a collaboration with HB Communications and Christie Digital of the newly renovated Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Superbook. This project features the largest Direct View LED indoor video wall in the world.
RPV will be hosting tours alongside HB Communications of the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Superbook. The tours will be on March 16th & 17th. after show hours. If you’d like to reserve a space for the tour please contact Brandy Alvarado at email@example.com. This 220’ wide by 20’ tall video wall is truly a spectacle to behold. RPV is poised to identify other projects that require architecturally integrated mounting solutions that deliver the tolerance that today’s digital signage applications require.
“It’s a fantastic opportunity to come to DSE after having completed the largest indoor LED video wall project literally next door at the Westgate Superbook. In RPV’s 10 years, our focus has really evolved into architecturally integrating the mounting structure regardless of size. RPV solves for the large, curved, tilted, and architecturally integrated. The Superbook ticks off three (3) of those attributes. We are chosen by many retail brands that want this approach for an aesthetic blending of the technology and customer experience.” said Randy Pagnan, Owner of rp Visual Solutions.
RP Visuals’ booth will feature an inventive Interactive Touch Experience. RPV selected Sensing Places for content creation after witnessing their innovative portfolio of work. Sensing Places has created immersive customer journeys for retail, brands, and museums, and has been leading interactive innovation and technology trends for the past two decades. This pairing will showcase a memorable customer experience while also using dnp’s new and innovative interactive LaserPanel product.
“RPV is excited to showcase this new technology from the world leader in optical screens, dnp, at our booth here at DSE.” stated Randy Pagnan. “This product was very well received recently at ISE in Amsterdam. With the lowest cost per square foot – we are confident that the retailers will be keenly interested.”
The Sensing Places software solution for DSE provides retailers with a new marketing tool to engage their customers and process orders quicker. By offering an interactive catalog that notifies sales staff of customers intent to purchase, and allows for instant checkout, Sensing Places predicts retailers will increase the number of items purchased per customer, and increase average value per customer by at least 40%, while decreasing wait times.
“For over 15 years, Sensing Places has paved the way in using technology to create innovative interactive customer experiences. We are excited to partner with RPV for DSE to introduce a new interactive retail solution that integrates touch screens and attractive visual catalogs with mobile points of sale (POS),” says Flavia Sparacino, CEO of Sensing Places.
The Digital Signage Expo will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center from March 16-17. RPV will be located in booth #1227. For a complimentary Exhibit Hall Pass, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Sensing Places
Sensing Places is an MIT Media Lab spin-off founded in 2006 and provides innovation consulting, product development, visual design, and technology solutions for brands, retail spaces, and museums. As an immersive design and technology agency, Sensing Places delivers highly engineered products and solutions, powered by design logic and effective business strategies.
About rp Visual Solutions
rp Visual Solutions develops visual display solutions for Retail Stores, Point of Sale Advertising, Digital Signage and Wayfinding and other DOOH experiences that utilize innovative mounting solutions. Innovative Visual Display & Mounting Solutions Tailored To Fit Your Needs. #MoreThanAMount