Life Celebration, Inc. Introduces New Technology to the Funeral Profession

December 8, 2016
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North Wales, PA- The custom design, print, and consulting company revealed their latest offering at the NFDA convention in Philadelphia in October. A Room With A View by Life Celebration transforms walls into scenic displays of moving images, videos and other graphics.

Each A Room With A View display is custom designed and built by Life Celebration, Inc graphic designers. No two ARWAV (A Room With A View) presentations are the same.

Life Celebration, Inc designers work to make each display as unique as possible by visually telling the story of the deceased’s life. The effect of ARWAV is more than another space to play a DVD. Framed pieces of molding are installed to give the effect of gazing out of a window showing scenic video clips while intermixing personal family photos. Life Celebration, Inc

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president, Gerry Givnish explained the customization process saying, “The designers learn about the deceased from the funeral directors. We have a vast library of stock video and images, the designers select content that matches the life story of the loved one, while weaving in the personal photos from the family to create a one of a kind showpiece.”

The technology used in ARWAV presentations is proprietary to Life Celebration, Inc. It consists of short throw projection equipment and video mapping. Each ARWAV display is designed and mapped at Life Celebration, Inc so all the funeral director has to do is press play.

Givnish went on to explain the ease of using the system, “We wanted to make this as turn-key as possible for funeral directors. As a funeral director myself, I know the frenetic pace of the business. We’ve achieved a simplistic process for funeral directors and staff to easily operate
the ARWAV system.”

For more information about Life Celebration, Inc and A Room With A View by Life Celebration, visit the company’s website at www.lifecelebrationinc.com where a full demonstration piece is available for viewing.

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