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Stereoscape Announces Distribution Deal for Vision2Watch Interactive Marketing and Media Solutions

HELSINKI, March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --



Stereoscape is proud to announce its partnership with Netherlands-based Vision2Watch B.V. to represent Vision2Watch's extensive range of interactive media solutions for retail, showrooms, exhibitions and other out-of-home marketing and communication applications. Stereoscape is now the exclusive distributor of Vision2Watch products in Finland and an authorised reseller in the UK, Sweden and Russia.

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Vision2Watch's solutions represent a new way to reach out and connect with customers by offering high-impact interactive experiences. The innovative product line is designed to generate maximum attraction, bring marketing and other messages across in a fun and memorable way and drive genuine user engagement.

Vision2Watch's interactive solutions for the window, wall, table, floor and more can transform a seemingly ordinary surface into something magical and marketable. A store window turns into an attention-grabbing touch screen displaying captivating multimedia content and attracting potential customers 24/7. A floor becomes an exciting digital playground where users can play soccer, start dancing or simply watch the magic unfold. A bar counter can be converted into a crystal clear pond 'full of fish' and with a wave of hand, a magical ripple effect unfolds or the fish change direction. With an Interactive Slingshot, your customers can write and fire their messages across the room and 'splash' them onto the wall. This massive dose of catapulting fun is just an example of the creative possibilities, which are almost endless with Vision2Watch's unique solutions.

High-resolution projection with outstanding picture quality and customisable content provide perfect tools for entertaining, informative and rewarding customer interactions. The solutions are ideal for in-store and event settings, bars and nightclubs, cinema lobbies, theme parks and sports venues, and high traffic areas like shopping centres, airports and train stations. All solutions can be purchased or rented.

"Interactive marketing has become one of the most effective ways to build lasting relationships with customers who live in an increasingly digital world. Today's customers don't want to be talked at. They want brands to invite them into interaction, and they want to be able to control the content they consume," says Angelien van 't Klooster, Stereoscape's Head of Marketing and Sales. "The share of interactive campaigns in marketing expenditure is increasing. Digital interactions outside of home are a perfect platform for customer engagement for brands that are transforming their marketing efforts for the digitally-savvy consumers. Our partnership with Vision2Watch enables us to offer just the right solutions for our clients to make the most of this opportunity."

"Vision2Watch has since it started more than 7 years ago always been looking for companies to cooperate with," says Peter Vos, International Sales and Marketing Manager. "Stereoscape perfectly fits the picture: it is a company that is always looking for new technologies to surprise and engage customers and passers-by, which is the core of what we do at Vision2Watch. Therefore we are proud to have Stereoscape as a member of the Vision2Watch Family."

About Vision2Watch

Vision2Watch specialises in interactive marketing and media. Combining creativity with the best hardware and software, the company designs and develops technologically advanced, innovative solutions for bringing your message across more effectively. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Vision2Watch has distributors and resellers in various countries such as Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Turkey, India, Australia and New Zealand.

Find out more about Vision2Watch at http://www.vision2watch.com/

About Stereoscape

Stereoscape sells digital 3D solutions to business customers for marketing, communication, visualisation and entertainment applications. We combine advanced display technologies with eye-catching 3D content, interactivity, augmented reality and other value added features to deliver end-to-end solutions. Our solutions power high-impact customer experiences at points of sale, events, showrooms, trade shows, cinemas, airports and many other locations.

For more information, visit our website at http://www.stereoscape.com/

We will be showing some of these new solutions at the Myymälä Retail & Visual Communication fair in Helsinki Messukeskus Exhibition centre on 19-20 March (stand 3D5).    


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