Digital Display


The revolutionary interactive retail digital display powered by the Android open operating system provides a rich communication channel between brands and their customers.

The i View Android, a compact and elegantly designed 10.2’’digital signage unit, was developed to be commercial grade and support retail business needs. The i View Android features a high quality multi touch resistive screen that allows customers to easily and intuitively interact with the content.

The embedded Wi-Fi functionality automatically connects to a web based, easy to use, remote content management system (CMS) powered by Scala, a leading digital signage content management expert.

The i View Android is available with an optional long lasting rechargeable battery, offering the user the flexibility to use it in any location.



The Google Glass

The Google Glass “glasses”, if connected to Wi-Fi, show information on a screen about what the user is seeing – based on Google search data – such as location and recognisable people and brands.

While Google Glass is still in development, Google is expected to begin shipping the device to enthusiasts within the year.

The idea of wearing glasses that mediate between the user and reality might still seem a little far-fetched, a little sci-fi – maybe something to have a few minutes of fun with. But bearing in mind that the computer in these devices can take photos and video of what, and who, is being seen, and share it immediately for further online interaction, it seems that’s not what Google has in mind.

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Intel’s holographic glass display

Intel recently began demoing a proof of concept for something they’re calling “Intel Intelligent Digital Signage”, which may be the most advanced in-store display platform of it’s kind.

It’s a 7-foot-6-inch LCD display with holographic glass that features a plethora of interactive options, allowing shoppers to browse merchandise, read customer reviews, submit their own feedback on products, discover promotions, and share finds with their friends via social and mobile integration.

As if that wasn’t enough, an integrated camera is able to determine gender and age of the viewers, and based on time-of-day and other criteria can dynamically display targeted content. It even stores the interaction with that content along with anonymized demographic data and sends that back to the advertisers.