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Welcome to the Future of Display Technology

INITION, in a new strategic partnership with Kino-Mo, have brought the stunning Hypervsn™ visualisation solution to our unique experiential Demo Studio in Shoreditch, London.



This Hypervsn™ platform – currently one of the largest single arrays in Europe – allows 3D videos to appear floating in mid-air and perceived by viewers as hi-resolution holograms. The solution is made up of individual projection units and proprietary Hypervsn™ Management software. Positioned in various locations, sound-enabled Hypervsn™ units are connected wirelessly and managed remotely from one location. When installed together, units can be synchronised to form one big stunning image of branded content creating that all elusive consumer “WOW-factor” experience.

This new extraordinary technology is a leading visualisation solution for retailers, brands and agencies looking for differentiation in the digital display and experiential arena.

Hypervsn™ perfectly fits Inition’s mission to seek out and deploy the latest immersive technology platforms that deliver engagement and high brand impact.

Adrien Leu, CEO Inition said “We are very excited to work with HypervsnTM to showcase their visually innovative solution and present it to our clients. Inition is always on the lookout for new ways of engaging our clients’ and create interesting and visually arresting solutions. This is definitely one of those.”

“Visual advertising is at an evolutionary tipping point and we are excited that Kino-mo and Inition will be able to revolutionise the market in the UK with Hypervsn™”, said Kino-mo Co-founder Kiryl Chykeyuk.

This bleeding-edge solution is already drawing a huge interest from major shopping malls, retailers, brand experience and shopper marketing agencies alike and has to be seen in person to be fully appreciated.

To make sure your brand clients are early-adopters and to discuss how you can get your first Hypervsn™ campaign up and running, please email to book your demo with INITION today.