Digital Information Wall
The Digital Information Wall is a software engine in the form of a touch panel that supports digital signage.
In addition to its use of space, which is reminiscent of public art, it also allows the user to view information in a graphic and interactive way.
When you touch your favorite photo out of the many that are spread across the screen, the photo becomes enlarged, and you can see detailed information about it.
There are many different ways to use it depending on what photos you have running across the screen: for example, products and works, company histories, or photos of stores.
In addition, a QR code that can be read by a smartphone can be displayed along with the detailed information about the photo, making it possible to send even more detailed information to the user.
It also turns the entire space into a brilliant piece of public art by responding to how the user behaves and responding interactively using the whole screen.
The large screen provides an intuitive touchscreen panel floor guide with product photographs that will guide customers to stores where they will find products that they might like. This makes the facility much more accessible, allowing customers the chance to happen upon new products that they might have been unaware of before.
With a single touch, the user can enlarge an image and view it more closely as a work of art. The whole screen responds interactively to the user's actions, turning entire rooms into vibrant public art spaces. This interactive gallery transforms art museums into spaces of even greater inspiration by making it possible to experience large-format works on demand.
This makes it easy for first-time visitors to find useful information about their destination and the attractions it offers. After touching a photo, the user can scan the displayed QR code with a smartphone to quickly obtain information, such as maps and menus. Everything needed to enjoy walking through the city is now available in the palm of their hand
It is possible to enlarge photos or view more detailed information with just a touch. Additionally, users can purchase a product by using a smartphone to read 2D barcodes straight from the screen, which are linked to E-commerce sites.
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Miyoshi Mononoke Museum
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URAWA SOCCER STREET
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NTT DOCOMO Solution Room
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