Available in three sizes: 32 x 14, 93 x 39, and 101 x 47 inches.
The HexaVision rotating P-O-P display, from Formetco, features six triangular prisms arranged to form one larger triangular prism. The small prisms rotate in different directions simultaneously while the mounting base also rotates"?giving someone standing on the outside of the display a view of six different images without having to move. Stopping time is 3 to 30 sec; switching time between images is 2 to 10 sec.
Graphics are inserted into the display system through hinged doors and are attached to the rotating prisms using magnetic plates. Graphics can be printed on pressure-sensitive vinyl and attached to the plates prior to display. To change out graphics, users just switch out the magnetic plates. Note: Because each prism has a hollow interior, actual merchandise can also be displayed.
HexaVision's base is made of aluminum metal alloy and is available in three different sizes: the HV300 at 32 in. tall x 14 in. wide, the HV700 at 93 x 39 in., and the HV900 at 101 x 47 in. The display can be produced in any color, says the company, but brushed chrome is standard. Price: HV300, $2000; HV700, $9000; HV900, $12,000.
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