Info Programs - Information at your visitor's finger tips
Kiosks - LCD touch screen kiosk housings
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Custom Waiting Room Games and Programs
Meyer has produced custom, interactive programs
for museums, science centers, and corporate customers.
Our unique blend of creativity and technology has
allowed us to create programs that are interesting
to look at, fun to use, and dependable. Colorful
graphics, dynamic animations, music, sound effects
and video all come together to form an exciting
educational experience. We have extensive experience with touch screen displays, specialty interfaces, kiosks, and multimedia hardware.
Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center produced
this car kiosk for their Hurricane Preparedness
exhibit. They hired CD Meyer to develop the custom
programs for the exhibit.
Maps, photos, diagrams, and interactive panoramic photography are great
ways to give your visitors an overview and even detailed information
on your facility. Do you have a particularly interesting engineering
example, an historic area, or just need to give directions? An interactive
facility tour can be a great way to share this valuable information.
Do you have an idea for a game for your office kiosk? Do you have some specific
educational information to convey? We can bring your idea to development
and assist with the technological issues. Shown here is a custom game
developed for the National Aviary. This game teaches players how conditions
in the environment are affected by changes within the environment.
The player has control over things like "how many cars" are in the
environment and can see the effect on the environment.
point2explore is a brand of software products designed for education and entertainment on touch screen kiosk hardware. Our educational games and informational programs run on computer systems with touch screen monitors, trackballs, etc. Our kiosks include LCD touch screen displays. Our touch screen games and programs are currently being used in museums, schools, and offices. Copyright 2000-2012, C.D. Meyer, Inc. and its licensors. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.