Grocery stores, malls, restaurants and other places that draw crowds are on track to replace about 22 million traditional signs with digital signs that interact with the public by 2015, industry analysts say. The technology has been available for a while and has now become affordable for businesses, says Gina Tammo of Arizona-based Avnet, which sells digital products, including a 70-inch holographic display with 3D images.

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