Guest Blog: Kino-mo to Bring New Dimension to Visual Advertising at CES
London-based company developing visual solutions, Kino-mo, will return to CES to showcasing its latest holographic technology.
techUK CES 2018: London-based company developing visual solutions, Kino-mo, will return to CES after a successful first appearance in 2017 showcasing its latest holographic technology Hypervsn™ Wall.
Kino-mo is an award-winning British company developing hi-tech visual technologies. From a start-up backed by world-recognised investors Mark Cuban and Sir Richard Branson, Kino-mo has grown into a globally emerging company developing and delivering smart, emotionally compelling and visually impactful solutions.
Art Stavenka, Co-Founder of Kino-mo, explains why they are returning to CES this year:
“Right after our global launch of HypervsnTM last year, we received an array of awards including Top 3 British Innovations of the Year and was named among World’s 10 Most Impressive Technologies by Mashable and USA Today. The media coverage and interest we received at CES 2017 was incredible. We aim to deliver our technology everywhere around the world, continuously expanding our partner network worldwide. CES provides a great opportunity for us to do this and we look forward to joining other leading tech businesses at the Pavilion this year”
Find Kino-mo at Tech East zone, LVCC, South Hall 1, Booth 21039
For more information, please visit: https://kino-mo.com/
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