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Rear Projection Displays

The presence of 3M highly visible rear projection films and screens, together with projectors, improve customer interaction and communication.

Rear Projection Film and Screens


The versatile, self-adhesive Vikuiti Rear Projection Film transforms store windows into a vibrant branding and promotions tool, by allowing video, static images and dynamic messaging to be projected directly onto the surface. Images can be read easily from long distances and all angles, even in challenging lighting conditions. Plus, the Vikuiti Film can be cut to any desired shape and size, reflecting, for example, company logos and brands.

3M™ Rear Projection Displays

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Virtual Mannequin

Virtual Mannequin

Our virtual mannequin allows you to effectively promote your products in a unique and innovative way; creating excitement, attracting attention and driving sales at the point-of-sale. It can take on any shape to reflect a human body, cartoon character and a wealth of other imaginative forms. It simply stops people in their tracks and allows you to communicate your messages as never before. Ideal for museums, car showrooms, reception areas, cinemas, anywhere where you need to communicate to your audience.

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Alpha Romeo lights up the windows in Istanbul

Visual impact is critical to success for modern car brands, and Alfa Romeo Istanbul is using 3M™ Rear Projection Film to deliver powerful messages at street level directly to visitors and passers-by, using full- colour, full-motion video.

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Rear window projection at T-Mobile and Intersport shops in the Netherlands

Research commissioned by 3M and POPAI, the global association for point-of-sale marketing, demonstrates the effectiveness of back-projecting dynamic promotional messages onto shop windows using 3M™ Rear Projection Film from 3M.

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