The Virtual Messenger ™ 1 is innovative and engaging, and attracts attention as people approach.
Absolutely customized, the VM1 can be any presenter, a celebrity and a mascot, even a product! And for Legacy and Vanity clients, the VM1 is a personal representation of them and their story.
Messages may be looped (i.e. automatic repeat) or interactive (with touch screen options), your VM can deliver up to five different messages, languages, presentations, depending on your objectives.
In this image, the projection technology is housed in the tower behind the VM1. This specialized projector can also be ceiling or wall-mounted to reduce the floor footprint where needed, like in retail environments.
The equipment consists of two separate components: an acrylic laser-cut silhouette plus the unique multimedia and projection combination within the enclosure.
Easy to transport, it is suitable for any location, with minimal set-up. If the installation is permanent, the projector system enclosure can be mounted off the floor, reducing the space requirement.
Equally stunning, the VM2 is constructed as a one-piece unit, designed for areas of higher traffic. This stand-alone unit offers the same customization of content, interactivity where desired, image clarity and, most important, audience engagement.
Motion-sensitive, messages may be looped (i.e. automatic repeat) or interactive (with touch screen options), your VM can deliver up to five different messages, languages, presentations, depending on your objectives.
Designed as a complete unit system for smaller presentation areas, this system combines all the components into one sturdy housing. Easy to transport, this is essentially a plug-and-play unit.
The Mini is a small (almost any size) retail point-of-purchase interactive (touch screen) or looped (auto repeat) attention-getter that offers any customized message, product information, call to action and it’s lifelike imagery is an absolute traffic-stopper.
Motion-sensitive, they actually stop people in their tracks!
You'll find more photos and videos of Virtual Messenger in action on our Portfolio page.