Generative AI and Digital Signage: What You Should Know
You've probably been hearing about ChatGPT, DALL-E, Stable Diffusion, and more. All are examples of the latest technical craze: Generative AI. Super-powered algorithms are writing code, crafting stories, and creating images that would challenge a Turing test. We've written a comprehensive look at generative AI, defining what it is, outlining ways it can be used to enhance digital content, and how - even today - you can use it in Intuiface.
We're returning with our design-nominated booth to show off new features, new demos, and the latest in technology and thought leadership that has always made Intuiface stand apart. (Be sure to ask about our showcase demo of Generative AI inside Intuiface!)
You'll find us in Booth 6K700 in the Digital Signage & DOOH zone, plus in a few partner booths including BrightSign, LG, DISPLAX, Nexmosphere, and Sharp/NEC!
Click the button below to learn more details and - if you're interested - book a meeting.
There's an experience we use during web meetings and at trade shows to walk newbies through the Intuiface platform. Frequently updated, it's great for both self-directed browsing as well as assisted reviews. We think it's pretty great and thought, you know, why keep it to ourselves?Thanks to Player Next Gen (PLN), we published the Intuiface overview to the web and you can see it for yourself! That's the beauty of PLN. The same content can be repurposed across a variety of in-the-field interactions and delivery platforms. For example, thanks to PLN, the same experience can be on a Sales Rep's tablet or PC, a trade show kiosk, and the Intuiface website.
Released just in time to show it off at ISE are a set of new capabilities for Player Next Gen and Headless CMS
Player Next Gen Users of Player Next Gen - including those deploying experiences to the web and as a mobile app - can now use the Web Browser Asset, the Book variation of the Document Asset, and Web Triggers. The latter is key because, among other things, web triggers make it possible for experiences on a mobile phone to send messages to an in-venue experience in real time.