Footasylum installs new high bright LED screen tech in Bristol store
Digital out of home (DOOH) display specialist, UX Global, has completed the first installation of new Philips P3.1 high bright 7000 Series LED screen technology in the UK.
A 3.5m x 3.75m screen was installed on the high street facing wall of UX Global’s client Footasylum’s newly refurbished Cabot Circus store in Bristol.
UX Global carried out the installation works over two consecutive nights so that trading and the smooth running of the store was unaffected.
A light sensor was also installed to alter the brightness of the LED display screen so that it is suitable and comfortable for viewing in both sunny periods and overnight, with added energy saving benefits.
Alistair Wright, Managing Director at UX Global, comments: “The quality of the new Philips high bright LED technology installed at the Bristol store has proven to be an immediate success for Footasylum, punching through the reflective glass and creating an attention grabbing first impression to draw customers into the store.”
“The bold choice to utilise this new technology has helped to maximise return on investment from the refurbishment. It is this kind of unrestricted creativity in any size, shape or location while maintaining the highest visual quality that makes LED so appealing and we are confident this latest installation will stand the test of time for some years to come.”
Lee Rudd, Philips LED Business Manager in the UK, says: “We are delighted to see the launch of this vibrant new LED range in the UK with UX Global.”
“Versatility, safety, efficiency and resilience are all built in with the Philips 7000 Series LED display and this high bright range brings added opportunity for stores to surprise and delight their customers with mesmerising masterpieces in store windows and lighter areas, extending brand experiences and attracting footfall.”
“We look forward to Footasylum reaping the results from this fantastic display.”