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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Interactive Screens at Libraries

Interactive Screens Bring Library Holdings to Life

An interactive video wall proved the solution to an Ohio library’s problem when it wanted to make its extensive digital holdings viewable in its bricks-and-mortar premises, not just online.

Barnaby Page | August 21, 2015

A series of 55-inch Christie LCD flat panels and the Christie Interactivity Kit were used to build the wall at Cleveland Public Library, where digital library strategist Chatham Ewing explained that “a video wall in itself is not unique, but the additional facet of multitouch capability through the Interactivity Kit allows visitors to manipulate our collections in a new way, to play with them, to encounter the materials using a different set of senses beyond the visual.

News_Rolling video wall rolls into University of Nebraska Omaha library

<more at; related links: (U Nebraska Omaha Library Installs Digital Display Wall. July 29, 2015)  and (+Video) (Interactive Screens. Communication Liberation)>

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