Chronopassion in Paris will turn heads with Carousel display cabinets.
Each rotation serves up a surprise with new products to be discovered. It’s impossible not to stop in front of this animation. A subtle game of hide and seek! The main idea behind this design is based on the old advertising glasses invented in the Seventies. The user looks through the viewer and sees an image. He closes his eyes, then opens them again and sees a different image.
This new system involves several features:
Interactivity : The customer interacts directly with the showcase by a simple movement of the hand.
Animation : All brands or stores offer a static presentation of their products. Visitors soon grow bored and view the items without any element of surprise. The "Carousel" gives showcases a touch of innovation and dynamism.
Surprise Effect : There is no magic in seeing all the products at a single sweep of the eye. Thanks to the "Carousel", the surprise effect is guaranteed.
Profusion without Confusion : The products can be grouped by family, brand or function. They are visible both inside the shop and out. Certain configurations offer an viewing angle of 360°.
Accessorising : The decoration of the niches can change over time (various colour light filters, etc.)
Installing/Removing : The "Carousel" allows for the simple and fast installation of products from within the shop.
Security : The products are distributed in the various niches of the "Carousel". A burglar would have to break each niche, one after the other – a long and complicated operation.
Chronopassion, rue Saint-Honoré in Paris (founded and managed by Laurent Picciotto)
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