Last month we announced the first rollout of our ability to effortlessly integrate Intuiface into popular digital signage networks. That launch included support for five popular CMS platforms: BrightSign, Navori, Appspace, Korbyt, and the new Samsung VXT.
Well, we've continued our validation efforts and are happy to introduce support for two more industrial-strength platforms: Signagelive and Dise.
How does it work? Simply publish your Intuiface experience to the web, copy its URL, and assign that URL to the web widget used by your CMS of choice. The experience will run in your existing signage network, retaining all the features you get when running in Intuiface's native Player runtime, such as multi-touch interaction, a virtual keyboard for text input, real-time integration with cloud-hosted APIs, data collection for usage analytics, and a sophisticated cache mechanism enabling offline use.
We've written up instructions for Signagelive and Dise so you can get started right away. This feature is available to all approved users of Player Next Gen.
Like a deep-dive? We hosted a great overview and demonstration webinar back on 27-June. Click the button below to watch the recording.
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Look, we know you're a superstar, but that doesn't mean you can't ask for help.
Maybe you've got a tight deadline and need help to complete a project. Or perhaps there's just one part of your experience that is giving you fits. Or you want to add analytics and you're not sure where to start.
Intuiface offers a variety of consultation service offerings for just such scenarios. They're easily digestible and all designed to make you a better Intuiface user. Here is one customer's story about their services experience.
You can choose between hourly assistance and total project bootstraps to get your experience rolling. We also offer two analytics services - one of which is free - to help you supercharge your efforts to monitor the success of your deployments and the preferences of your audience. Click the button below for details.
Every quarter, Intuiface's CMO, Geoff Bessin, and lead Customer Success Manager, Sebastien Meunier, address some of the most useful and insightful questions our Sales and Support Teams have received over the past three months.
We hosted the Summer Edition of Q&A LIVE back in June and here's what we covered:
How to "debug" trigger/action, data flow, logic issues in your experience
Ensuring synchronization of the local Headless CMS base before permitting experience interaction
How to create a custom, interactive scroll bar for a collection
Differentiating the two licensing models for web-deployed experiences: Views Licensing vs. Player Licensing
If any of those topics interest you, just click the button below to watch the recording!
Hey, Headless CMS users, we've just added 3D Model and Audio support. Add these media formats to your base's data structure and deploy the associated files to any Intuiface project running anywhere in the world.
Not familiar with Headless CMS? With our "Content Management System", you can remove all the media used by your experiences - images, videos, documents, 3D models, audio files, and more - and place them in the cloud. Need to change the media? No need to redeploy a new version of your experience. Just change it using Headless CMS and the new files will be automatically retrieved by your running experiences.
(Why "headless"? It's because everything you do in Headless CMS is independent of how your experience looks. In fact, the same Headless CMS base could be used by completely different - and different looking - experiences.)
All Platform tiers have access to Headless CMS, so you have no reason not to try it! Click the button below to learn more.
Come to think of it, the rules for calling something "champagne" are fairly rigorous. So drinking our own chardonnay?
We've begun to use Player Next Gen on our own website. Remember, one of the beauties of Player Next Gen is that it supports both our traditional, in-venue deployments as well as web deployments. Build it in Composer, run it on the web. Pretty amazing.
Here's where you'll find it on our website:
Player Next Gen On the Web Here we've posted our interactive Intuiface Overview experience, the same presentation we use when introducing Intuiface to new prospects. That's all Player Next Gen!
Intuiville The Intuiville map of interactive industry verticals has been replaced with a new version running within Player Next Gen. Tap your way down to specific usage scenarios and then jump to specifics. We use Intuiville to help customers and prospects dream about what is possible with Intuiface.
Latest Intuiface Academy Lesson: Deploying Experiences to the Web
Speaking of Player Next Gen, like a little step-by-step guidance for how to deploy your experiences to the web?
We've added a new lesson to the "Deploy, Play, & Manage" course in Intuiface Academy. We called it "Deploying Experiences to the Web", which is a pretty good name since that's exactly what it's all about.
Who can take an Academy course? Anybody! The Intuiface Academy is completely free for anyone with an Intuiface account. If you'd like to see how web deployment works, even if you're not ready to do it yourself, check out our new lesson.