4-Sided Prism Billboard Patent Outperforms Tri-Vision, Patent Auction Set For July by IpAuctions, Inc.

An auction set for a design patent portfolio solving the issue of limited prism function on billboards, increasing advertising exposure by 50%.

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Advertising technology demands the outdoor advertising industry match and responds to the economic needs of a fast paced populace on today’s roadways.

(PRWEB) July 07, 2013

With current technology on billboards, the problem has been the smooth rotating operation of the panels, which limited the designs to a 3 sided prism called Tri-Vision. This allowed 3 campaigns, yet could show only one at a time per set of prisms. Now both problems have been overcome with the patented design presented for auction by IpAuctions, Inc.

The issue had been the clashing or colliding of the corners of the prisms during rotation. The solution was to have the panels ‘off-set’ themselves before rotation, thus creating not only a smooth rotation, it creates four ‘advertising’ panel sets, allowing the ability to show two campaigns at one time and utilizing both sides of a billboard. The patented design allows for the integration of LED technology, increasing its cost effectiveness as well as utilizing already existing tri-face systems which could easily switch to this multi-side system using their existing maintenance equipment.

With advertising on both sides of the billboard instead of the limited one side with the traditional tri-vision, the advantages are self-evident with the increased advertising exposure by 50%.

With 98% of residents using our roadways, 71% of the population in the United States aged 18 years or older will notice the advertising messages on roadside billboards each time, most of the time or sometimes. Advertising technology demands the outdoor advertising industry match and responds to the economic needs of a fast paced populace on today’s roadways.

For review, IpAuctions had made available a 12-page product portfolio as well as a demonstration highlighting this system shown on video. Visit Lot# 1222.

Register to bid here.

IpAuctions does not charge a buyer’s premium.

Auction is set to run July 30th noon PDT through to August 1st, noon PDT.