USB DESKTOP SMART BUTTON WITH POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL BASE

Example uses include:
Dedicated browser navigation to a specific website. 
Automate often-used phrases in specific applications.
Kiosk user control (for example photo booths etc).
Corporate promotions (open corporate website).
Low-level security (store logon in button).
Close/open/switch applications.
Single-press desktop locking. 

User-assigned keystrokes are held in the button itself.
Two separate sequences of keys are available, with three modes of operation.
Many buttons can be used on one PC.
RGB Illumination can be configured to any color while pressed/not pressed.
If required, LEDs can be controlled and button state can be read by a users program using a supplied software development kit, for custom applications. 

Features:
When pressed, “types” a user-configured sequence of up to 48 keyboard characters into the PC on a single press. 

 

http://www.arcadeworlduk.com/products/USB-Desktop-Smart-Button-With-Polished-Stainless-Steel-Base.html

shop with me

 

ShopWithMe transforms showrooming into an advantage for brick-and-mortar retailers.

We’ve re-imagined what a POS can be by putting the shopper experience at the forefront. Current POS systems, even the new tablet POS companies, focus almost exclusively on interaction with the store associate. ShopWithMe creates an entirely new experience for the shopper, enabling shoppers to touch physical goods in­-store while browsing and easily ordering related or out­-of-­stock products that get shipped to their home.

Article about the use of screens at LAX new Thomas Bradley terminal

Blog post from Grand visual company about the use of screens in the new LAX terminal

“IT’S NOT DIGITAL SIGNAGE, IT’S ART

THE LATEST THOUGHT PIECE FROM OUR CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, BEN PUTLAND, IN OUR NEW YORK OFFICE.
A few weeks ago I swapped the freezing temperatures of New York to bask in the warmth of LA. Whilst I was there I had a guided tour of the digital installation inside the Thomas Bradley terminal at LAX courtesy of our friends at JCDecaux.”

http://grandvisual.com/digital-signage-art/

V3 of Tilo released

We just released V3 of Tilo to FACT and Phoenix. This was aimed at making it easier for venues to customise the appearance and scheduling of content. There is now much more control over how content is displayed either individually or via a weekly planner, so content can be better targeted at specific events and audience types.

We have added native support for flash and html5. This lessens the dependency on the artist layers and means we can have more creative content in the system, giving other artists and developers more flexibility in how they can create content for Tilo. It also means Venues can  make richer content with all the powerful Tilo  scheduling and management features.

Triggers have had an overhaul, again to make them simpler and more flexible for other artists to show work in more interesting ways. For instance in FACT, Liverpool at the moment the stream project by Karen Wood is showing . This is an interactive installation exploring the physiology of the dancer and viewer. They have plugged their computer into TILO as an artist layer. The piece has a wooden handled device that measures your heart rate and influences the screen content. We have used triggers and provided the Stream developer a small piece of code – that means whenever somebody picks up the device the screens automatically change to show their artwork. We have a promotional notice scheduled that also advertises the artwork.

We are looking forward to testing this all out during  some workshops planned in June as part of FACT’s build your own initiative, Helping to facilitate the public and local maker communities to create small experiments to run on the screens. using basic coding and electronics.