Cellular South's first concept store grabs attention with floating digital displays
By Jessie Bove, Associate Editor
With the proliferation of locations across the country, it's not hard to see why sometimes cell phone providers can fall prey to the "if you've seen one, then you've seen them all" syndrome for their stores. But that's hardly the case for Ridgeland, Miss.-based Cellular South's first concept store, which boasts the latest in digital signage displays to set itself apart from the competition.
Floating on Air
By RIS News Editors
Cellular South's holographic "floating phone" display is a far cry from the creepy holographic jewelry of the 1980s. Created for the chain's new Ridgeland, Miss. location, a five-foot, rotating translucent phone image features full motion video elements and 40 product information screens.
Floating Phone Highlights Cellular South Display
A 5 ft. rotating translucent Cellular South phone is among the Intava digital displays showcased at the grand opening of the new CellularSouth.com concept store in Ridgeland, Miss.
Cellular South floating phone
designed by Intava Corp
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Intava has introduced its interactive Smart Merchandising System that empowers shoppers to compare dozens of products and receive personalized recommendations — all on a simple, fun, touch-screen surface.
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Intava designs and builds dynamic touch screen systems for major retailers throughout the U.S. and is becoming well known for their innovative solutions.
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The latest-generation Smart Merchandising System empowers shoppers to compare dozens of products and receive personalized recommendations — on a touchscreen surface.
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Floating Phone Projects Corporate Branding
Intava delivers a 5 ft. translucent phone to a new CellularSouth.com concept store.
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Intava Corporation releases new kiosks to enable shoppers to compare products (the Smart Merchandising System). For example, shoppers can browse physical shoes on the shoe display wall and place them on a special sensor near the table to view detailed information on each shoe, or compare multiple shoes side-by-side.