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"A great way to engage your customers"

Interactive kiosks are a great way to get information into the hands of your customers. 

They can entertain, educate, and allow for exploration of large amounts of information.  The systems we build allow for easy updating of content and can be used as a foundation for more content to be added over the years.

Below are a few examples of this type of work.

 

Armenian Genocide Museum of America

Armenian Genocide Museum & Memorial, Inc. wanted to develop a virtual musem to educate the public about the history of the Armenian Genocide.

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Blues Hall of Fame

The Blues Foundation wanted an interactive kiosk which would allow Blues Hall of Fame exhibit visitors to explore performers, industry professionals, recordings and literature recognized for their contribution to blues music.

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Fire Museum of Memphis

The Fire Museum of Memphis (FMOM), a local museum dedicated to collecting, preserving and sharing the history of fire service in Memphis and providing fire prevention and safety education to the public, wanted to revamp their event booking process and upgrade the fire safety program game system in their Arcade Room Exhibit.

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First TN Bank

To celebrate its 150-Year Anniversary, First Tennessee Bank (FTB) wanted an engaging museum-style exhibit which would allow visitors to explore the bank's history via text, images and video.

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Gateway to the Blues

The Tunica Convention & Visitors Bureau wanted to provide visitors to their new Gateway to the Blues Museum (located in Mississippi on the famous "blues highway" - U.S. 61) with the opportunity to try their hand at recording their own blues soundtrack.

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JFK Presidential Library & Museum

The John F. Kennedy (JFK) Presidential Library and Museum, located in Boston MA, and dedicated to the memory of our nation's 35th president, wanted an entertaining, interactive means of processing and displaying customer feedback. They also needed a system for collecting visitor contact...

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Kent State University

Kent State University (KSU) was looking for an interesting and engaging way to gather and display visitor comments and expand the learning experience at their May 4 Visitors Center.

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GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE

The GRAMMY Museum, an interactive, educational museum devoted to the history and winners of the GRAMMY® Awards, located in Los Angeles CA, had just launched their new...

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GRAMMY Museum Mississippi

For the first GRAMMY Museum outside of Los Angeles, the Museum wanted to employ high-definition touchscreens and interactive technology to chronicle music history and highlight the influence of artists from the Mississippi Delta.

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National Museum of Health and Medicine

The National Museum of Health and Medicine (NMHM), established in 1862 and funded by the U.S. Department of Defense, was looking for a highly interactive and graphic method to enhance the...

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