DC Connect Introduces an Innovative, Cost-Effective Human-Scale Interactivity Technology Solution to Museum Environment

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DC Connect will introduce an award-winning and low-overhead human-scale interactivity technology solution for exhibit environments in its first year at the annual events of the American Association of Museum (AAM) and American Children's Museum (ACM). Visitors can interact and direct what they see, hear and feel through the [ i ]cell technology™ system, which delivers real-time audio, visuals and lighting based on touch. It is a cost-effective solution for museum environments because it is flexible, reusable, easy to update and maintain.

DC Connect will introduce an award-winning and low-overhead human-scale interactivity technology solution for exhibit environments in its first year at the annual events of the American Association of Museum (AAM) and American Children's Museum (ACM).

Visitors can interact and direct what they see, hear and feel through the [ i ]cell technology™ system, which delivers real-time audio, visuals and lighting based on touch. Many businesses have successfully used this technology. Now, it is becoming a cost-effective solution for museum environments because it is flexible, reusable, easy to update and maintain.

"Museum visitors' experiences are richly enhanced by interacting with live information," said John Moyik, Jr., president, DC Connect. "And museums can adapt the technology to breathe new life into existing exhibits or change it to showcase new ones."

DC Connect handles the full configuration, set up, programming and testing prior to installation. It packages everything to deploy the experience into easy-to-use [ i ]kits, which include the most common functionalities of the [ i ]cell technology, user guides and configuration software. Basic packages start at $3,200.

Additionally, DC Connect offers an adaptable, turnkey portable [ i ]cell display, which comes fully equipped in a single rolling case with all necessary electronics. It can easily be re-programmed with new content and set up takes just a few hours.

To see how three-dimensional exhibits can bring a new sense of discovery, visit DC Connect at Table Display T-8 in the Liberty Ballroom Foyer at the ACM MarketPlace on April 29, or at Booth 536 in Hall B (adjacent to the lounge) at the AAM Museum Expo on May 1-3.

DC Connect is a subsidiary of DesignContact, a New York-based design firm working with dozens of U.S.-based event agencies, production companies and exhibit houses. They design integrated and intelligent space using architecture, media and interactivity for creative exhibitions, special events and trade shows.

For more information, visit http://www.d-c-connect.com.

Melissa Racer, Roaring Kitty Marketing
816-729-6003 or melissa @ roaringkitty.com
John Moyik, Jr., DC Connect
212-924-3151 or john.moyik @ d-c-connect.com
Tony Castrigno, DesignContact
212-924-3151 or tony.castrigno @ designcontact.com

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