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Tuesday, 20 December 2011
BIGGER isn’t always better, especially in the digital signage world. Huge interactive touch-screens and giant LCDs have proven their worth as consumer engagement tools, but small screens are quickly earning respect because they maximize space, cut costs, provide versatility and attract huge amounts of attention. Leading retailers, restaurants and hotels are using compact digital displays – some with screens as small as 3.5-inches.

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Provided by Pro-Motion Technology Group
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Wednesday, 30 November 2011
Garmin international is a marketleader in navigation and communications systems for the airforce, automotive, watersport and outdoor sectors. They are innovators in their area of expertise and this is also shown in their promotional activities. The company installed a digital signage solution in the window of one of their stores in Moscow, Russia.

The Director of Retail at Garmin decided to look for an innovative way of promoting their navigation systems and chose for an interactive digital signage solution. This approach is completely in line with the companies mind-set to make things easier for the consumer.

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Sponsored by AOpen
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Wednesday, 06 April 2011
In order to guarantee more time to enjoy a good meal, it is crucial to have an ordering system that is intuitive and fast. This case study highlights the interactive ordering concept designed for Holyfields, the Frankfurt, Germany-based high-end and innovative restaurant chain.

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Monday, 09 November 2009
The latest upgrade at the Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park mixes with technology with historic artifacts to give visitors to the site an in-depth look at the story of coal mining in Southwest Virginia. The centerpiece of the new display is an interactive computer program, housed in a replica of a coal car. Using touch-screen technology, visitors can navigate through four multi-media interpretive programs designed to tell the story of coal and the men who worked the mines. Download now.
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Monday, 14 September 2009
The appearance of the display seen through a touch panel is generally of utmost importance to touch and pen-input users. Most touchscreen companies will quote the amount of light passing through the touch panel, ordinarily 83 to 89 percent, as a measure of how "good" the touch panel is. However, the way the touch panel is used and the characteristics of the display often dictate what is best. Download now.
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Tuesday, 17 March 2009
When Hollywood Casino in Tunica, Miss., and Cherokee Casino and Resort in Tulsa, Okla., needed a self-order touchscreen kiosk, they turned to NEXTEP. Find out about NEXTEP's Employee Dining Room kiosk solution. Download now.
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Tuesday, 19 August 2008
Buying a home just got a lot more fun, thanks to GestureTek's Illuminate Display. Find out how the touchscreen spruced up the selling process for one condo developer. Download now
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Monday, 10 September 2007
When Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines launched their latest 3,600 passenger Freedom Class ships, they needed a way to better promote the best in class capabilities the spa and fitness center offers. Royal Caribbean turned to Nanonation to create an upscale information touchscreen. Download now.
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Tuesday, 05 December 2006
The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles tests drivers with kiosks. Find out how in this ELO case study. Download now.
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Monday, 16 October 2006
Touch screens are changing virtually every market. Analysis firm Venture Development Corporation provides a sneak peek at the findings of an upcoming research report on touch screen sensors. Download now.
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Monday, 27 March 2006
Redbox, the widespread DVD rental kiosk company, partnered with 3M Touch Systems to empower their kiosks with state-of-the-art touch screen technology. Download now.
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