An interactive kiosk is the perfect way to train, teach or create something to make sure you get your point or idea across. We’ve created documentary style kiosks, animation kiosks, as well as fun, kid-oriented interactive kiosks. Take a look at a few samples of kiosks we’ve designed. If you think you might have a good use for a kiosk, give us a call. Diamond Studios.

Red River Interactive

Contractor:

Design Display and Diamond Studios

Client:

Corp of Engineers USACE

Project Titles:

“The Way We Were”
“Experience a Lock & Dam”
“Explore the Red River”

Description:

The Corp of Engineers project included 3 separate elements:

“The Way We Were” was an interactive DVD project that included eight separate videos on eight historical characters from the Louisiana area. Each video included a narration supported by mock-up photos from that individual, plus a re-enactment of each character delivering lines as if they were still alive. All eight characters were from the early 1700’s to the early 1800’s, so extensive research had to go into locations, wardrobe, casting, and dialogue coaching.

“Experience a Lock & Dam” was an interactive CD experience, which included two videos on how locks and dams work, all shot on location. Also included was a fully-animated interactive control panel in which a visitor could actually control the dam operations.

“Explore the Red River” was an interactive CD enabling a visitor to select any of the over 100 locations along the Red River and get supporting information.

Welcome to Birmingham

Contractor:

Diamond Studios

Client:

Birmingham Regional Chamber of Commerce

Project Title:

“Newcomers Welcome to Birmingham”

Description:

A fully-interactive DVD conceived, written and created by Diamond Studios. The DVD featured individual videos on over 100 attractions, restaurants, communities, and points of interest. This project included nearly 120 minutes of finished videos and was produced in about six months.

Lock & Dam Interactive

Contractor:

Design Display and Diamond Studios

Client:

Corp of Engineers USACE

Project Titles:

“The Rambling River”
“Improving the River”
“Lock Operations”
“Discover the Red Interactive”

Description:

The Corp of Engineers project included 4 separate elements:

“The Rambling River” is a documentary on the Red River to be played in the museum’s 65-seat theater. The documentary takes you on a historical journey of the Red River concluding at present day.

“Improving the River” is a more current-day version of what the Red River means to us today.

“Lock Operations” is an interactive CD experience, which includes two videos on how locks and dams work, all filmed on location. Also included is a fully- animated interactive control panel which allows visitors to actually control the dam operations.

“Discover the Red Interactive” is an interactive CD enabling visitors to select any of the over 100 locations along the Red River and get supporting information.

Corvette Museum

Contractor:

Design Display and Diamond Studios

Client:

Corvette Museum

Project Title:

“Test Your Corvette Knowledge”

Description:

The Corvette Museum contracted Diamond to create a fully-interactive kiosk that allowed users to test their knowledge of Corvettes throughout the years.

As a user played the game, they earned points and could compete with all past users to get in the top ten. The kiosk is run via the Internet and allows the museum to update and change any questions remotely.

Extensive graphics were used to keep the game fun and exciting.

Troy State Sports Hall of Fame

Contractor:

Design Display and Diamond Studios

Client:

Troy State University

Project Title:

“Troy State Sports Hall of Fame Inductees”

Description:

This interactive kiosk allows for Troy employees to add each year’s inductees into the system, complete with videos, pictures and stats.

The user can interactively search all inductees by date, name, and sport and navigate within all their achievements.

Bush’s Visitor Center

Contractor:

Design Display and Diamond Studios

Client:

Bush’s Visitor Center

Project Title:

“Weight in Beans”

Description:

The Bush Beans Interactive Kiosk was designed for children. The child or adult would step on a giant scale and the kiosk would generate an animation that reflected how much they weigh in beans.