Ekko Sense.

Exhibitions are busy places, with only seconds to get the vistors attention. If only everyone had a Chameleon to help with the cause.

Working with EkkoSense at Data Centre World, we wanted to create an open, inviting stand with easy access to key information. The stand was 6m deep, but by using different height arches we created a sense of depth beyond the stand size.

The rear arch featured a full height light box and three inset LED screens. The screens were showing video of EkkoSenses software in action.

At the front open corners we had two touchscreen displays also showing EkkoSenses software, but these were live and allowed vistiors to get hands on.

But how did we get visitor attention? 

Bring on the Chameleon.

We built beMatrix LEDskin screens into the sides of the front arch and used an animated version of EkkoSenses Chameleon icon to crawl up and down the stand. The video shows the content test during the show build.










Once vistors stopped to check out the animation, it was simple to engage them and begin a presentation. 

The final stand met the brief. The space was open, welcoming and - with the use of the depth view - looked larger than the footprint suggested.

The use of tech allowed EkkoSense to show their content in both running videos and hands on demonstration.

And the Chameleon? The simple trick worked a treat, creating the initial interest for visitors to engage with.

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