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Uploaded on Apr 11, 2011
Latest digital out-of-home installation by TouchFocusInteractive, Kansas City, is a project for the North Independence, Missouri, branch of the Mid-Continent Public Library that uses a 32′ Elo touch screen, an AOpen media player and a Brown Innovations speaker dome hung from the ceiling that directs the audio down to the listener from the touch activated Flash animation program displayed on the screen.
This is part of a 'Working History' experiential presentation that is a major renovation of this library branch that cost over $1 million. Working History is an interactive Digital Signage presentation that includes interviews with real working people, directly describing their past work lives in Independence as well as a narrative by David Jackson, a local historian, talking about the early settler days and industrial development in the area.