Ensuring that graphics are visible is the first priority for any promotional campaign. However, during the hours of darkness, conventional (white on black) perforated window film can suffer from image fading and can become completely transparent with strong lighting inside a building making this basic requirement a real challenge.
Performance Translucent White perforated window film utilizes the ambient building lighting and offers great results, both day and night.
As an example, the television series “The Voice” relied heavily on window graphics particularly as they are featured during the TV broadcast. The design agency responsible, The Creative Place, contacted Contra Vision as the material they chose for the first series lacked the required impact.
Even in the worst possible lighting conditions, the difference is remarkable*.
*Consideration needs to be given when using Performance Translucent White perforated window film as strong sources of internal lighting at the wrong angle may burn through the graphics. Overall the impact of the graphics will always be greater than conventional white on black perforated films.