Museums can exit the stone age and enter the modern era with Visionect's V-Platform and V-Tablets. Using these tools Visionect already transformed one museum into an interactive learning environment, and anyone with basic web coding skills can use them to create anything they can imagine.
Rather than the standard, static information plaques used in most museums to accompany exhibits, Visionect implemented its web-connected V-Tablets as interactive wall-mounted digital displays. Not only do they make the experience more fun and engaging for museum goers, but they also provide museum operators with detailed and real-time analytic feedback on visitors' activity. The V-Tablet's long battery life, high screen visibility and excellent durability makes it perfect for such a heavy-use scenario, and the V-Platform lets developers program apps for these devices as they would any web apps, using common coding languages. Apps are sent to the V-tablets over wi-fi, and developers have full, live control over each individual user's experience.
But it's not just museums that can benefit from this e-paper revolution. The same properties that make the V-Tablet and V-Platform perfect for digital signage also make it ideal for applications ranging from tabletop ordering and production line optimization to booking systems with calendar integration and even digital door lock keypads. If developers can think it, they can do it, thanks to Visionect.
About the V-Tablet: Visionect's connected e-readers are thin clients that hold no data natively. They come in multiple sizes and are rugged enough to go anywhere with users, including underwater. Visionect is so confident in its tech that these devices feature no physical buttons — not even an on/off switch. There's nothing in between users and their e-paper apps.
Development packages start at $329 and include professional support and flexible custom solutions.