The Carousel is a tool designed to replace the standard presentation format, such as PowerPoint presentations, with a rich, interactive touch experience. This application is compatible with almost all major media formats, and creates an experience that feels custom made. The Carousel is great for guided presentations, but can also be left unattended for users to explore on their own. Simply select a category, and explore the content.
Audio/ Video: WAV, .MP3, .WMA, .WMV, .WMA, .MP4, .M4V.
Images: .PNG, .JPEG, .JPG, .BMP, .TIFF, .ICO, .GIF.
*Does not currently support PowerPoint presentations, but these can easily be exported to image or video from within the PowerPoint application.
* Windows 7 or later
* Latest Windows Updates
* A touch screen device
* 2GB of RAM
* Dual Core processor
* 8GB RAM
* Quad Core CPU
What is the difference between the Carousel and the Selfie Zone?
The Selfie Zone is only capable of handling pictures, while the Product Carousel is intended to handle almost any type of content.
Can I see an example of how this software was used in the past?
Case studies can be found below, or you can schedule a live WebEx demo where we show and explain some of the applications we’ve written in the past.
How do I interact with your software?
All of our software is multi-touch and multi-user. We support up to 24 points of touch (varies from unit to unit)
Is there a way we can change the content on the screen?
We have various tools for loading different sets of content. Most of our applications allow you to choose a “presentation” on startup. In addition, NFC cards (similar to those used for some hotel room keys) can be paired with content. If that doesn’t fit your use case, we can always link the content to a key on the keyboard.
Let your customers explore your content at their own pace with our easy to use Carousel menu system.
Our software is built to be scalable across all of our units, capable of running 4K content and limited only by your hardware restrictions.
Virgin Racing used our Carousel to showcase their cars in the Formula E Championship. This application included videos and images of their drivers, cars, and even some of the supporting team. Additional custom components such as a quiz and an interactive, digital car were developed on demand.
The Carousel was used at Open NFV to tell their story using an interactive “roadmap” infographic, which outlines the stages of adopting NFV (Network Functions & Virtualization). Along the map were pulsing beacons that directed attendee’s attention to the various parts of the journey. After tapping on one of these hotspots, the view would switch to the Carousel category that corresponded to the information on the roadmap. When not in use, the message, “Touch to Explore,” was displayed as a screen saver. This application allowed the Open NFV team to quickly and efficiently tell their stories at a wide range of venues across our entire series of interactive displays.