The old adage goes “a picture can be more effective than a thousand words”. This can be further extrapolated to read “a display can equal many pictures”! The fact is that the human eyes and brain can connect better with a real object than an image of it. It can even bring on emotional reactions at times. According to a recent news report on adelaide.com.au, some of the exhibits on display in the newly opened South Australian Museum from the Victorian Era even scared some of the visitors to the museum. These relate to an unusual collection of natural life and were kept in large glass display containers. The relevant point to be noted is that the display looked so natural that the person seeing it cannot immediately distinguish between the real and the unreal. The display cabinets make this possible and are therefore relied upon by many businesses and institutions to showcase their products and other stuff.
Diverse Uses for the Cabinets
Taking on the example above, museums are one of the major users of these cabinets. If you have visited any museum, you can easily recall how they have cabinets of different sizes and shapes and with all kinds of lighting provisions to make the objects displayed prominently visible. One of the largest users of these display systems is the retail business. Besides these, schools and establishments also use the cabinets extensively to display trophies and in their science laboratories.
Important Tool in Retail Business
With the expansion of shops into large format stores and malls built over thousands of square metres of shopping plazas, businesses desperately need the display cabinets to exhibit their best products to lure the customers. It requires no expertise to understand how people spend hours walking through the malls and shopping centres, swayed by an attractive dress on display and would walk into the store to make further enquiries. The shopkeeper has then the best opportunity to convert this curious visitor to a satisfied customer. The display plays a far better role than having sales persons outside trying to lure the public in.
Different Types and Sizes
The manufacturers of the cabinets offer a massive range of display cabinets to their customers to meet their specific requirements. There are some generic designs which can be used for many products across sectors. An upright cabinet made with glass with or without the lighting arrangement is one such piece. You only have to choose the size and the number of shelves and pick the cabinet. The cabinets may come with simple sliding glass panels to open and close them or provided with a locking arrangement, if the stuff to be displayed are expensive and have to be protected from pilferage.
The jewellery showcases are made with standard specifications and also in bespoke designs if the customers need them in sufficient quantities. There has been the mention of the display systems meant for museums, which, in most cases would be custom made.
Display systems play a crucial role in bringing to the storefront the best the store wants to showcase to their customers.