The iPad kiosk enables us to secure the [iPad] technology so that we can continue to offer visitors a very interactive and personal experience and still have it make sense for the museum.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) February 27, 2012
The Leonardo in downtown Salt Lake City is quickly gaining popularity with many who are seeking to explore art in an all-new way; and iPad kiosks designed by ArmorActive Inc., have helped make this new approach to art a reality.
Focusing on the inventive nature of the human brain both past and present (hence the museum’s namesake), The Leonardo evokes visitors to ponder on the endless possibilities that await our future by connecting science, technology and art in a mind engaging approach.
iPad kiosks make it possible for visitors to mingle with and learn about the various exhibits throughout the museum by using video, touch screens and the Internet to connect with the artwork. Even upon entering the lobby each visitor’s interest is immediately peeked as they approach the interactive LED light exhibit called "Dynamic Performance", which allows individuals to network with the artwork on twitter via a secured iPad kiosk. Users first tweet requests to @leoartwall and the exhibit then responds with a massive performance of light relative to the information.
“At the Leonardo we have to be very current and very relevant…changing all the time, and the iPad allows us to do that at a very low cost.” says Lisa Davis, media director for The Leonardo. “The iPad kiosk enables us to secure the [iPad] technology so that we can continue to offer visitors a very interactive and personal experience and still have it make sense for the museum.”
Each iPad security kiosk located throughout the museum was specifically selected and programmed to compliment the overall design and the desired experience that each artist had envisioned for their piece. The iPad kiosks chosen for The Leonardo include ArmorActive’s Full Metal Jacket and Radius lines; both being preferred kiosk solutions among museums and retail giants for their sleek design, mobility and their convenience of set-up. The Leonardo also utilizes the iPad as information portals and listening stations mounted using ArmorActive’s Figure 8 VESA mount at a variety of places within the museum.
To find out more about these products and others like them, including secure iPad POS systems, you can visit iPadEnclosures.com (an ArmorActive company) to see new and intuitive ways clients like The Leonardo are improving their businesses throughout the world with secure iPad kiosk products from companies such as ArmorActive.
ArmorActive, located in Sandy, Utah, is a tablet kiosk development company providing hardware and software integration for mobile business solutions.