MultiTaction’s industry-leading interactive displays and innovative collaboration software suite are deployed in over 50 countries and used by some of the world’s largest corporations, museums, educational institutions and entertainment companies. Browse our library of featured installations to see first-hand how MultiTaction has helped our customers turn their interactive visions into reality.
MultiTaction and AV integrator Fluid Sound teamed up to work with the University of California’s San Diego School of Medicine to build “The Wall of Knowledge” featured in the Hybrid Operating Room within their stunning Center for the Future of Surgery building. It is surely one of the most exciting projects we have been a part of! The Hybrid Operating Room contains a 3×3 MultiTaction unlimited touch, interactive video wall that ties together multiple video and computer sources and allows surgical teams to plan, review, and collaborate in real-time with teams locally and remotely.
KPMG’s Collaboration Centre (London location) enables organizations to generate ideas quickly, and create solutions leveraging their innovative U-Collaborate capability. the space includes a 5 X 1 MultiTaction multi-touch, interactive video wall, mounted in an ultra-sleek custom-built frame. MultiTaction software also makes it super easy for the Collaboration Centre team to change the content on the video wall in a dynamic way and without waiting for help from IT or developers.
The Aruba team was looking for something special; an interactive video wall that could deliver a compelling, memorable and customized experience at the headquarters in California’s Silicon Valley. Additionally, as the video wall would be the focal point of the briefing center it also needed to be versatile enough that multiple visitors can use the wall at the same time. The solution – a 2 X 2 video wall is made up of four MultiTaction displays, and powered by two MultiTaction software platforms – Canvus and Showcase.
Toyota collaborates with MultiTaction and Ultimate Technologies to make a more interactive space for customers. The goal of the project was to engage with users in a way that was both informative and entertaining. The installation included a 1×3 video wall and Showcase software.
Interactive story-telling was the goal driving the project for MultiTaction and partner Relative Scale at the new state-of-the-art Bayhealth Hospital Sussex Campus in Delaware. The content on the MultiTaction 6 x 1 interactive video wall bring the lobby to life, featuring curated stories about the hospital’s rich history, its many satisfied patients, philanthropic donors, and award-winning team members. And in recognition of the hospital’s ongoing spirit of compassion, guests can use their finger to draw a heart that dynamically blends into the motif, leaving their own mark.
The Visitor Audio Experience at the Australian War Memorial (Canberra, Australia) is intended to provide additional layers of engaging and informative curated content to enhance the visitor experience rather than provide a traditional ‘guide’ to the galleries. The delivery platform for the experience is a modified smartphone device, enclosed in a specially designed case and the visitor is provided with the device and headphones for their visit. The experience commences with the visitor receiving a ‘smart device’ on arrival in the Orientation Gallery
Professional sports teams rely heavily on data and analytics to improve their team performance. As part of the grand opening of the Toronto Raptors’ BioSteel Centre in Toronto, Canada, IBM created a first of its kind solution, in collaboration with the Raptors and MultiTaction. The space includes a 9 x 1 MultiTaction multi-touch, interactive video wall, and a 1 x 3 tabletop. The solution is designed to transform and automate the Raptors’ talent evaluation processes by reimagining data through cognitive and analytics technology. IBM customized MultiTaction software by writing a plug-in on top of our Canvus platform.
The Interprofessional Experiential Center for Enduring Learning (iEXCEL) is a bold, visionary initiative at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) designed to transform health care education. A 12-panel curved MultiTaction iWall was installed in Omaha at the University of Nebraska iEXCEL center. A curved wall is beneficial for a number of reasons. Beyond giving an immersive in-room experience, it is very engaging to the rest of the audience, and it lessens the amount of real estate required to fit such a large screen because it can be incorporated into a corner. MultiTaction is the only touch technology that can offer a curved solution.
Linköping University in Sweden leveraged the touch technology of a MultiTaction to create an interactive table based on cutting-edge research based on medical visualization. Users can view real scanned body images and navigate into customized views, cutting through the body with a virtual knife.
Flex delivers technology innovation, supply chain, and manufacturing solutions to diverse industries and end markets in 30 countries around the world. They turned to MultiTaction to create a collaboration space that would enable managing exceptions related to their supply chain and identify patterns to improve velocity. MultiTaction delivered a 22-screen curved video wall running Canvus visualization software. Explore how this ‘intelligent surface’ helps them visualize big data, socialize ideas, educate clients and work collaboratively.
Design agency Bluecadet created two digital exhibits at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, DC featuring MultiTaction technology – the World Travels touchscreen and the World Youth Day interactive table. The 14-foot-long World Travels touchscreen invites visitors to explore Saint John Paul II’s 104 global trips, which are brought to life by powerful video clips and photographs. Visitors can also step up to the nine-foot-long World Youth Day interactive table to virtually travel to the cities which have hosted these international gatherings
The installation at Trinity University’s Admissions Office Welcome Center features a MultiTaction 55″ table display, which provides an easily accessible, interactive platform for prospective students to explore their academic interests and options during on-campus tours. The interactive table uses MultiTaction’s Enriched Reality™ technology (Codice) which uses 2D barcodes to seamlessly recognize objects placed on the display. MultiTaction and branding firm PUSH Offices implemented the software for the installation, creating a series of 25 personality cards that interact with the MultiTaction display. The cards were uniquely designed and made to match specific personality types with potential fields of study.
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