Monday, April 21, 2008

The morning press - digital signage news for April 21

Here are some of today's interesting clips from the web:

  • Interactive windows dare you to catch a Scion tC RS 4.0 - Scion's latest iteration certainly takes interactive promoting to new heights. In order to market its limited edition tC Release Series 4.0, it partnered up with InWindow to cover a series of street-side windows with bubbles which reacted to movements made by captivated individuals walking by.
  • First commercially available pico projector appears - he device is an integrated PMP running Windows CE, is capable of producing a 640 x 480 projection, has an embedded 3.5-inch LCD display, and utilizes an SD slot for additional storage. There's no word on pricing -- or if this is going to make it onto our shores anytime soon.
  • Texas Medical Association to roll out MedLink TV - MedLink International, Inc. provides doctors, hospitals, imaging centers, labs and patients with products and services designed to help create, manage and share medical information. Physician members, by supporting MedLink TV and providing this programming in their waiting rooms, are encouraging thoughtful communication with their patients, with the goal of providing the very best healthcare for their patients and their families.

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