Custom Development for Kiosk Pro
Our team of developers can create customized content for your Kiosk Pro project. We’ll communicate with you about the creation process from start to finish to make sure the final product is exactly what you need.
Provide a form to save visitor data locally on the device. For tradeshows or kiosks in areas with poor internet connections, an offline form can allow you to collect visitor information without worrying about your connection.
Fields can require specific information and trigger an error if those conditions have not been met. Data is saved to a CSV spreadsheet file that can be manually pulled off the device or optionally synced via Dropbox when the device comes online.
Display a video menu for visitors to select from. Videos can play in full-screen and an optional button to return to the menu can be displayed.
Give visitors control over the video or limit interaction until the video has ended.
Send Videos to an External Screen
Use your iPad as a controller to send videos to an external screen. For museums or areas with limited space, a larger number of visitors can view content even while one person is using the kiosk.
Use a visual indicator on the iPad so new users can see which video is playing.
Provide general information to visitors about your exhibit, product or services. Start with a menu for easy navigation, then offer more details as visitors navigate the content.
Add a photo slideshow and videos, or a contact form to capture visitor information.
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
An informational kiosk for commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Attu. Visitors can select a page on the left and scroll through information on the right, while images can be viewed larger in a lightbox.
Used for a houseware tradeshow, this kiosk displays information for a line of products. Visitors can tap a product to view fullscreen images or watch videos.
Summit Truck Group
An image screensaver loop invites visitors to interact with the kiosk. When the screen is touched, the kiosk displays a newsletter signup form.
Tradeshow visitors can fill out a form for a chance to win. When completed, a 'thank you' page is displayed and form data is saved locally in Kiosk Pro as a spreadsheet file.
Whalehead in Historic Corolla
Multiple iPod Touch stations are set up throughout the museum as an audio tour. Visitors can tap the screen to listen to a narrator describe the importance of each room.
A self-service kiosk allowing members to print schedules. A member can tap the schedule they want and Kiosk Pro sends a PDF to the nearby printer.