A lower-cost Player for experiences that don't involve interactivity
Intuiface is of course known for its unique ability to enable even complete non-developers to create interactive digital content for physical spaces. Less well known: Intuiface is equally adept at delivering non-interactive signage. We've decided to highlight this fact by releasing what we're calling the "Non-Interactive Player". It's half the cost of our regular Player and applies to all supported platforms. Click below for the details.
Intuiface is the first digital signage company to earn this certification, a data security guarantee for our customers
ISO 27001 (formally known as ISO/IEC 27001:2013) is the globally recognized standard for information security. It sets more than 100 requirements for the creation of a comprehensive information security management system, or ISMS. After an 18 month effort, Intuiface can claim ISO 27001 certification, meaning clients can expect systematic and ongoing management of information security risks that can affect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of company and customer information. Click below to understand why this is so important.
Touchscreen Guidance for a (Post) Confinement World
The public's attitude toward touch screens has been forever changed. What does that mean for current and future deployments?
Among the many stresses of the ongoing pandemic is our increased sensitivity to what we touch. From gloves to hand sanitizer, we're being taught to suspect all surfaces as a vector for infection. If so, what does this mean for the future of touch screens? We've written a comprehensive article about how to approach interactivity as society embraces a new normal. Be ready and be proactive. BONUS: In the article, we discuss multi-mode experiences - experiences offering both touch and touch alternatives. Guess what? Check out the Marketplace for our latest sample, in which we've combined three approaches: touch, speech, and remote control via a personal device. We've also used our new face detection feature to determine when to run an attract message. You can directly watch the experience running in this confinement-made video and get here all the nitty gritty details about how this experience has been created!
Thanks to OpenVINO, your Intuiface experiences can now react to age range, gender, head pose, dwell time, emotion - and it's free to use!
The promise of computer vision is the control of content and the enrichment of analytics data using nothing but a camera. Good third-party options exist but there is an additional cost that can be prohibitive to some. To address this need, Intuiface enlisted the help of what is called the OpenVINO toolkit to create a no-cost face detection feature. The result - a real-time feed of information about the person or people standing in front of your digital content. For details, you can read our article or - by clicking the button below - watch the recording of a webinar in which we demo face detection in action.
We've decided to give you access to our recording of an online conference hosted for the Americas
Every year, one month after the Intuiface User Conference ("Interactive") hosted in parallel with ISE, we run a mini-version in parallel with the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas. This gives our Americas friends, challenged by long-distance travel to Europe, an opportunity to catch some of the content. Now even such regional travel is a no-go. In response, we put the mini-conference in the cloud, running a live, virtual event call the Virtual Americas Edition of Interactive 2020. And now you can see an edited version of that event. It's a combination of material from the in-person event with brand new content. The highlight: a tips and tricks session hosted by our resident Intuiface genius, Sebastien Meunier. Enjoy!
Streamlining hospital check-in and check-out processes - and reducing copresence in the time of social distancing
Elecom, a France-based system integrator, had received frequent inquiries from hospitals struggling with the low efficiency and high stress of manual patient check-in and check-out approaches. Complicating matters was the increasing concern about large numbers of patients congregating in a waiting room. Could digital interactivity be the solution?
Have you visited our User Community lately? If not, you probably missed some really fascinating discussions whose content could help all of us become better experience designers. For your convenience, here are some highlights: