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Museum Kiosk Feature Overview
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Instead of manning the location with extra staff, the company’s objective was to utilize museum kiosks equipped with high-definition cameras and facial recognition technology to identify and pull up images of visitors exploring the aquarium. The visitor kiosks not only needed sophisticated cameras and facial recognition technology, but also required large touchscreens, barcode scanners, and payment devices for guests to purchase photo packages. In addition, the photo concession kiosks had to meet ADA requirements.Read more about how these museum kiosks are redefining tourist technology in an in-depth interview with kioskmarketplace.com.
To maintain floorspace, Showtime Pictures opted for a variation of Frank Mayer’s wall mounted kiosk and designed the unit with LED lights to give a soft glow that matches the aquarium’s aesthetic. The innovative program has proven popular, and the company has expanded the tourist kiosks to more popular attractions across the nation.
LED lights give a soft glow to match the aquarium's aesthetic.
The wall kiosk preserves floor space.
Sophisticated cameras and facial technology pulls up images of visitors exploring the museum.
Showtime Pictures utilizes facial recognition kiosks in various locations and tourist attractions.
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