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"Robot Mission Kiosks" - This group of four kiosks were designed to be re-configurable. The cabinets are identical and can be arranged many different ways.
"CAUSE Challenge" computer kiosk - This kiosk is used to promote the "CAUSE Challenge" competition. Users can watch past winning videos and sign up for information about the competition at the kiosk.
JHF computer kiosk
"ToxMystery" computer kiosk - The "ToxMystery" kiosk teaches young children about common toxic hazards found in and around the home. In addition to the program, there are real examples of such products displayed.
"Make the call" computer kiosk
SeaScape computer kiosk
TryScience computer kiosk
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Computer kiosks
Comments (3)
  • I thought so, I researched the Audio Spotlights to use in the Virtual OR but I wasn't sure how well they worked. I went with the Museum Tools sound domes instead. The sound on these directional speakers is not stereo, but it's decent enough. Thanks!

    12 years ago

  • Yes, that is the Audio Spotlight from Holosonics. There are two models available, I chose the smaller one to fit the design. It is intended for quiet spaces which can be hard to hear when busy, but other than that, it is very impressive (And people are amazed by it)!

    12 years ago

  • Did you use the flat overhead directional speakers in the kiosk? How well did they work?

    12 years ago

  • Did you use the flat overhead directional speakers in the kiosk? How well did they work?

    12 years ago

  • Yes, that is the Audio Spotlight from Holosonics. There are two models available, I chose the smaller one to fit the design. It is intended for quiet spaces which can be hard to hear when busy, but other than that, it is very impressive (And people are amazed by it)!

    12 years ago

  • I thought so, I researched the Audio Spotlights to use in the Virtual OR but I wasn't sure how well they worked. I went with the Museum Tools sound domes instead. The sound on these directional speakers is not stereo, but it's decent enough. Thanks!

    12 years ago

Anthony “Nino’ Balistrieri
Interactive Exhibit and Themed Attraction Designer Pittsburgh, PA