Those seemingly passive people meandering about your exhibit space have something in their hands or pockets that will activate their interest: a smartphone, most likely an iPhone. All they have to do is respond to your local Wi-Fi connection invitation – there’s no App to download — and the multi-screen display in front of them becomes their private interactive experience.
Perfect Prototype has developed a clever technique – we call it SmartSource — for exciting curiosity and engrossing visitors. SmartSource links the operating software on the visitor’s device with a computer’s software to create two-way communication.
That means someone can use her smartphone to easily control content on an exhibit. In turn, the computer can broadcast the exhibit content to the device. What’s even more exciting is that multiple exhibit viewers can interact with each other through their devices and on the exhibit. Now, that’s true interactivity.
SmartSource allows for easy updating of content; change the content on the exhibit and all smart devices reflect those changes.
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