San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2012
As part of “The Sound of Sax” exhibit, The Museum installed several Lilitab iPad kiosks to share videos and sound clips to entertain and educate visitors about the process of music creation. The Lilitab kiosks contain headphone mounts on the stands, providing enhanced sound and improved visitor interactions.
“It was a great solution”, says B.J. Morgan, Marketing Manager at The Museum. The iPads remain fully charged when plugged into an outlet using the integrated charging cable in each stand. Kiosk set-up is quick and easy; just attach an iPad, secure the head unit, and plug in the power cord.
Installing different home button access face plates regulates visitor interactions; full web access, a single site or specific application can be configured for varying visitor experiences.
Temporary installations are easily managed with the lightweight and portable Lilitab kiosk. The modular design of the mounting solution provides for several types of visitor stations: wall mounted, surface mounted, tabletop or floor stand.
Full ADA compliance assures the Lilitab provides easy iPad interactions for wheelchair visitors.
The Lilitab iPad enclosure head unit securely locks the tablet in place. Every mounting solution has the option to be bolted or cable-locked to the floor or other fixture. Integrated into the Lilitab design from the very beginning, museums can be sure their iPad resources are safe in public venues.
Lilitab iPad kiosks are versatile, modular and easy to customize. The Lilitab Tabletop turns any desk or table into a self-service station with quick installation; the Lilitab Surface is for a more permanent solution for a wall or counter. Keyboard and printer shelves are also available as added accessories. Optional banners to promote special events or seasonal activities enhance the visitor experience even more.
The Museum of Making Music, founded in 1998 by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), was developed to showcase and celebrate the music products industry. The Museum provides opportunities for cultural enrichment while preserving our musical heritage through special exhibitions, innovative concerts and educational programs aimed toward a wide range of audiences.
Lilitab is a group of designers, engineers & business people passionate about the use of tablet computers in public-use 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. Adam has been designing custom kiosk enclosures for public-use environments since 1994, in sunny San Francisco.
Museums can engage visitors using the affordable and sleek Lilitab iPad kiosk.