come with many misconceptions. Many
people think that kiosks require sophisticated
software and programming, are made
by kiosk specialists, and are expensive
Not true anymore!
The fact is,
kiosks can be made using any combination
||Ordinary web browser
(running in "kiosk mode")
||Other common design
The only thing that makes a kiosk
a kiosk is the ability to manipulate
the system with a touch screen-monitor.
Kiosks can be driven by an inexpensive
desktop computer, or even an ordinary
DVD player with no computer required.
Kiosks can also run on your company
network, or even be Internet enabled
for remote content updating. Some
kiosks are simply stand alone touch-screen
monitors, while others are placed
directly within walls or elaborate
kiosk stands or platforms.
Today's kiosk technology allows for
limitless possibilities. Whatever
the need is, Sites & Sounds does
it all. Contact
us for a free estimate.
Below we present our latest kiosk
for the City of Rochester Hills Museum:
visitors experience the nostalgia of
Rochester Hills' historic yesteryears
with a touch screen photo tour kiosk
at Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen
Farms. The opening kiosk menu style
and separate interior design style were
created to integrate well with the historical
look and feel found throughout the museum.
accommodate the kiosk owner's request
for an easily maintainable system,
Sites & Sounds custom programmed
the system from the ground up so it
launches by simply turning on a standard
Windows XP computer.
in wall inside Museum
custom-made kiosk software automatically
loads and launches into a functioning
full screen kiosk mode. Museum staff
can easily reboot the computer via
a wireless keyboard concealed inside
a milla wall at the Museum.
kiosk technology allows for virtually
anything if you can think of
it we can probably create it. Contact
Sites & Sounds today for a free