Imagine a plain wall that comes to life with a mere touch. Wow your event guests and make them think.. How is that possible? With the Wall Alive Interactive Wall, it is!
Wall Alive can be a great foyer activity to keep your guests entertained while they learn info about your event and brand through a fun, immersive experience.
Wall Alive is also a great entrance spectacle as an interactive installation that greets your guests. For conventions, Wall Alive can be used as an interactive detailer as well.
Each Wall Alive is fully customizable from the concept, the touch points, animations, sounds, wall fabrication and header, and even the whole activity. We can even incorporate motion detection, souvenir giveaways, photo taking, data gathering, and so much more.

Some digital magic featuring the PLDT Panoramic Wall Alive at the PLDT DigiCon 2018.

Globe ✖️ Avengers ✖️ Wall Alive
No Spoilers Allowed.. BUT! You can know more about the Avengers characters and take a photo with them all through this “ordinary” flat wall that comes alive. 😮

Another eye-catching Love and Luck Interactive Digital Wall Alive attraction at SM Makati, SM Megamall, and SM Aura during Valentines and Chinese New Year Season. Groups of people were curious to try it out that even until mall closing hours, there are still long lines at the Love and Luck Interactive Digital Wall Alive attraction.

A gesture-based Wall Alive gave Digicon guests a Digital Transformation!

Philippines Represent! 🇵🇭 🙌 Showcased at IT&CMA in Bangkok, Thailand is our Wall Alive technology storytelling how #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines! 👏
Guests touch our destinations and see the fun-ness come to life. We then transport them to our country as they take selfies with our beautiful sceneries and take home a photo souvenir at that.. all happening on a tarp printed wall?! Amaaazing! 🌟
… AND Congratulations to the Philippines booth for winning 2 awards at the 16th Sticky Awards & Travel Marketing Excellence!

Be creative. We would love to incorporate your ideas into our Wall Alive technology. Let’s talk?