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Digital View Demonstrates Interactive Digital Displays at Museums Association Expo

Media player company, Digital View has exhibited its professional line of interactive digital display solutions at the Museums Association Expo, held in Manchester. The company demonstrated the capability of Digital displays to improve the visitors’ experience and to draw viewers to explore the exhibits.

Digital View showed the VideoFlyer series of all-in-one media players, as well as LCD screens, and the ViewStream digital media players at the expo. The usage of digital displays in improving the information for exhibits in museums is gaining acceptance among the visitors.

The interactive characteristic of the media enables the designers of museum exhibitions to attract viewers to exhibits, as well as to make environments that automatically engage the viewers. In particular, floor pads and motion sensors are appealing accessories utilized to generate content according to the actions of the visitors.

Digital View London’s Business Development Manager, Ian Larkman stated that museums are moving to digital technologies to improve the experience of viewers. Larkman added that the company is not surprised to see that its interactive button displays attracted visitors to engage with Digital View’s exhibits.


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