This digital signage kiosk from Coca-Cola allows people to post directly to their Facebook pages using facial recognition tech.
Video Wall Controllers: How to Turn a PC into a High-End Video Wall Controller
Sponsored by: Userful Corporation
A new kiosk/digital sign from Lo-K can show customers the way to specific products as well as perform many other functions.
The ultra-large set of panels is found at various McDonald's locations across the United States. The deployment was the largest in the world.
X2O Media President David Wilkins talks to DST Editor Christopher Hall about X20 Media's Twitter Cube at CETW, powered in part by an Xbox 360 Kinect camera.
Meridian Zero Degrees shows its innovative QSR application, developed in partnership with Nextep.
Snibbe Interactive's full-length "mirror" can let people take a deeper look at themselves.
MediaTile CEO Simon Wilson shows how the HumanKiosk lets brands have a customer service representative on the sales floor without really having one on the floor.
Graeme Spicer, general manager of digital media for NEC Display Solutions, talks about how the partnership with DOmedia will advance digital-out-of-home advertising.
Custom PCs are great for the kiosk and digital signage industry, but only if they can be turned around quickly, says Scott Reese.
Frank Olea of Olea Kiosks talks about the kiosk his company developed for Elo's cinema-wide all-in-one PCs.
Chief Senior Account Manager Dave Adams shows his company's new swing-arm and video-wall mounts.
This Frank Mayer & Associates kiosk serves travelers by drawing them to a Hudson International News airport store for free cell-phone charging.
Amazon's success proves that those who understand their customers at a deep level will win. At a panel at the recent ICX Summit, Eric Schongalla, manager of retail systems at Carhartt, and Roger Starkweather, senior VP of sales and experiences at OpenEye Global, discussed how businesses can utilize data analytics and personalization.
Sponsored by: Interactive Customer Experience Summit (ICX Summit), Omnivex
Seiko's Adam Ortlieb talks about a partnership program that is providing seamless tech integration for end-users.
The Nanonation CMO talks about the Digital Screenmedia Association and his take on its next steps.
No matter how dynamic the content, sometimes digital signage can still use a boost to stand out. Richard Graf from Color Reflections describes his green solution.
Michael Moore with Reflect demonstrates how product data and security can be combined with cable and touch screen.
Can You Imagine's Steve Zuloff shows his Micro Theater, which is able to quickly rend product images into 3D ones, dramatically increasing customer engagement.
The most common tendency with retailers is to simply give the facts about a product or service without really telling a story about them. Panelists at the ICX Summit addressed this topic and how to create profitable narratives.
Sponsored by: Mood Media
A new video player from InfoShade uses batteries instead of plug-in power, making deployment easier and the player more versatile.
Talking about the company's M2M partnerships, Wayne Ward gives an interesting analogy for his business model.
Steve Gurley, SVP of marketing for Symon, summarizes his presentation on the convergence of mobile applications and digital signage. He is a blogger for Digital Screenmedia Association.