Omnivision updates multitouch software for digital signage, kiosks

April 16, 2014

Best, Netherlands-based multitouch digital signage firm Omnivision Studios BV recently announced the launch of Omnitapps Composer, the newest addition to its multitouch software suite. Composer is designed to bring further simplicity, customization and reliability to multitouch deployments, and offers up to 21 configurable applications for creating highly captivating, interactive touchscreen experiences, the company said.

The Omnitapps Composer suite include Omnitapps Composer Basic, a multitouch software package with 18 applications and basic setting configuration; Omnitapps Composer Advanced, a full-featured multitouch software package with 21 applications; and Omnitapps Composer Ultimate, adding Omnivision's Interactive Wayfinding application to Omnitapps Composer Advanced. In addition, Omnitapps Composer Player offers a system for running any configuration created using Omnitapps Composer, Basic, Advanced or Ultimate.

"With Omnitapps Composer, we set out to create the most complete and cost-effective set of multitouch software applications on the market," Omnivision CEO Alexander Aelberts said in the announcement. "The three options provide endless interactive possibilities for creating engaging touchscreen experiences that provide strong brand reinforcement and highly enhanced communications. Users can tailor the application to suit any look and feel for audiences in a wide range of spaces from building lobbies to shopping malls to airports."

Omnitapps Composer eliminates the need for any programming, the company said, and supports 15 languages, enabling users to fully configure language settings while displaying content in any language to suit the audience.

With the Omnitapps Interactive Wayfinding application, users can create a completely customized wayfinding solution by simply importing a high-resolution floor plan and their CSV database.

Omnitapps Composer also includes data collection forms for capturing valuable information regarding touchscreen usage, and the software supports resolutions ranging from 1366x768 to 4K and is designed to be suited for kiosks, single- and multitouch screens, touch tables, touch video walls and all-in-one computers, the company said.

Topics: Display Technology , Interactive / Touchscreen , Software

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