"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.


Nixon Presidential Library & Museum

Hoping to keep young, technically-savvy visitors engaged, National Archive officials wanted to incorporate technology into their update of the Watergate Exhibit at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum.

Ray Charles Memorial Library

The Ray Charles Foundation wanted to create a fun, interactive way to engage visitors at the new Ray of Light exhibit in the Ray Charles Memorial Library, opening in Los Angeles on what would have been the music legend's 80th birthday.

Woody Guthrie Center

The driving forces behind the Woody Guthrie Center, a public museum and archive located in Tulsa, OK, wanted to set up an exciting, educational, interactive exhibit and bring America's greatest folk singer into the digital age.