Taipei, Taiwan-based CAYIN Technology Co. Ltd. announced today that it will reveal its next-generation digital signage players and servers, along with selected creative applications, at the Computex Taipei 2012 show, June 5-9.
The company will display its most popular digital signage applications integrated with QR codes, queuing systems, touchscreens and ultra-widescreen displays.
CAYIN Technology also will showcase its next-generation digital signage products, including new content management servers, which it will debut for the first time; CAYIN's first RISC-based "green" energy-saving media player; and the brand-new dual-display digital signage player.
Digital signage and mobile interactivity
CAYIN Technology is working with Twentieth Century Fox Inc. in Taiwan to promote three upcoming movies during the exhibition: "Prometheus," "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" and "Ice Age 4: Continental Drift." By scanning on-screen QR codes, visitors can control digital signage screens and choose to watch different movie trailers, synopses, timetables and special promotions.
Integration with touchscreen displays and queuing systems
The CAYIN SMP-WEB4 digital signage player will power an intelligent information display in an animal hospital to provide users with information about doctors, schedules and tips for animal care with a single touch. The player can even integrate with a queuing system, at the same time, to keep track of the queuing status.
Creativity and clever screen arrangements
CAYIN SMP-WEBDUO media player not only can control two screens simultaneously, but also enables users to define resolutions freely. Therefore, multimedia contents can stretch across screens of different sizes, or even custom screens. At Computex, CAYIN will demonstrate the digital signage in an aquarium and let users enjoy a vivid undersea journey.
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