Lilitab's ability to securely display and provide just the right amount of access to the iPad was the perfect solution to our exhibit needs.
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
The Museum of Making Music installed Lilitab iPad kiosks for personal listening stations to encourage interaction with their current exhibit "The Harp--A Global Story of Man, Music and Medicine". The Museum faced a number of challenges common to museums worldwide--exciting ever-changing content to share with visitors, but limited resources to bring everything to the best light. The Museum added Lilitab Floor iPad kiosks to create versatile, elegant and interactive additions to their exhibits. "The kiosks have a clean, elegant design that compliments our exhibits and displays very nicely. Lilitab's ability to securely display and provide just the right amount of access to the iPad was the perfect solution to our exhibit needs," said B.J. Morgan, Marketing Manager at the Museum.
The Museum of Making Music was one of the first Lilitab customers to utilize the Headphone Mount Accessory. Beginning with The Sound of Sax exhibit last year and continuing with The Harp, Lilitab iPad® kiosks are designed to encourage exploration of sound samples of these instruments being performed in many musical styles.
The Lilitabs are also placed throughout the Museum for convenient newsletter sign up and survey stations.
The streamlined design of the Lilitab Floor tablet kiosk allows fast disassembly and set up without special tools. When not in use, Lilitabs may be stored in sturdy Floor ATA Flight Cases. Temporary exhibits and special events can be promoted using quick change and eye catching kiosk banners.
Lilitab iPad kiosks are versatile, modular, and easy to customize. The Lilitab Surface, Counter, or Wall tablet kiosks turn any desk or table into a self-service station; keyboard mounts and branded backdrops are also available as added accessories.
About the Museum of Making Music
The Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad, California, showcases and celebrates the music products industry, providing opportunities for cultural enrichment through special exhibitions, innovative concerts and educational programs. On permanent display are hundreds of vintage instruments, audio and video clips, and a vibrant interactive area. Organized chronologically, each gallery features the historic milestones, popular music and instruments of those eras. A snapshot of music business practices and nostalgic re-creations of music stores provide a glimpse into the music products industry.
Lilitab, based in San Francisco, California, is a group of designers, engineers and business people passionate about the use of tablet computers in public environments. With their compelling interface, compact form-factor and economical price-point, there are all kinds of new and unique uses for putting interactivity into the public space. Founded in 2011 by Adam Aronson, an award winning kiosk designer, Lilitab is committed to delivering the most secure, functional and stylish security enclosures for ANY tablet. For more information, visit http://www.lilitab.com or call 888 705 0190.
The Museum of Making Music installed Lilitab iPad kiosks in two exhibits over the past year, encouraging visitor exploration of music through personal listening stations.