Digital signage technology company, Vueinti, was at the heart of Sleep Out 2010 (11th November), a high profile event organised by the UK’s largest youth charity – Centrepoint – whose patron is Prince William.
Nearly five hundred people who slept rough in the cold of Old Spitalfields Market to raise funds for London’s young homeless, were kept amused and informed by Twitter ‘tweets’, videos and messages displayed on a large format screen (2.6m x 2.2m with an Sanyo Projector supplied by Vueinti.
And, to represent the ongoing plight of thousands of destitute youngsters, Vueinti not only manufactured the screens but also ‘housed’ it in giant cardboard ‘sleeping boxes’.
‘We were very pleased to help such a great charity,’ says Business Development Manager Geof Jones, who took part in the event itself.
‘As fast growing company it’s testament to the effort our company is putting into becoming a first choice supplier of rear projection screen technology, not only in the UK, but also Europe and the Middle East.’