San Diego, CA March 03, 2015 Videotel is at it again, releasing a new wave of technology that could revolutionize digital signage solutions. The California-based provider and manufacturer of industrial grade digital signage media players, commercial and medical grade DVD players, and interactive digital signage solutions will reveal these four new solutions at the Digital Signage Expo, in Las Vegas on March 9th, 2015
Videotel has been at the forefront of multimedia innovation, giving technology experts special features such as auto power on, auto play, and auto seamless loop, even in the event of power loss.
The four new reveals are technologies that will turn your industrial digital media player into an interactive playground that allows your audience to trigger relevant content with four new ways: push, wave, move and elevate.
Push will trigger content through new LED buttons. You can have custom text on these buttons, which come as stainless steel or illuminated plastic in an assortment of different colors. This allows you to trigger content in a way with hands-on buttons that are capturing to an audience.
You will now also be able to “wave” to trigger content. This is the ability to wave a floating hand over a proximity sensor. This waving motion will let you trigger content with fun, high tech experience.
With move you can trigger content using a motion sensor that detects human movement from a foot away or up to 21 feet and can be customized to trigger repeat content within any amount of time.
Elevate, content can be triggered in a way it has never been before. Using scale sensors and lift-off platforms, you will be able to elevate an item or product and launch relevant content in the simplest ways possible.
Videotel has more than 34 years of experience manufacturing and selling digital signage solutions. Each year brings about new technology and changes that simply make their flagship products more advanced but keeping with their mission of reliability and simplicity. The four new digital signage solutions will be revealed and demonstrated at the DSE show and are made to be compatible with the VP71industrial media player.