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Display Rear Projection Film has been used on a number of bespoke installations  cross the world and now it is being used on installations a concepts for the future!Informative video on visual merchandising/display and how to incorporate this into your store or boutique

A major advance over rear projection is front projection, which uses a special screen material to allow the plate to be projected from the front of the screen. This results in a much sharper and more saturated image. Although the technique had been used experimentally for some time, it was during the filming of 2001: A Space Odyssey that the modern version was fully developed. In this case, it was used to avoid costly on-location shots in Africa during the opening scenes of the movie, but the effect was also used throughout the film for a variety of shots into or out of the windows of spacecraft. 2001 also used rear projection to produce computer screen effects.

Whether you're a small business retailer or planning your first pop-up store, your window display is one of the most powerful weapons in your arsenal of tools to stand out from the competition and draw in foot traffic. Not only are you going head to head with other small businesses, but those pesky big box retailers and chain stores as well. Luckily for you, most small businesses pay little to no attention to creating effective window displays due to limited resources, while all the big guys are too busy being too uniform and boring for anyone to really look twice. 

That means this is your chance to use window displays as a way to not only highlight your unique personality, but turn the heads of those passing by and engage them enough to stop, look back, and walk-in to your store where your floor staff or products can sweep them off their feet and get them to make a purchase.

Sounds pretty enticing right?
 
Okay, but maybe you're thinking, "I'm not a designer," or "I don't have a creative bone in my body," and all those other excuses we're taught to make any time we're confronted with something that requires us to tap our artistic sides. This post will hopefully you put all those fears aside, especially if you don't have the budget to hire a professional visual merchandiser and get you rolling up your sleeve and getting ready to master the art of putting together unforgettable window displays for your store.
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