The kiosks set up at the museum are digital complements to these exhibitions, as they provide extra information about the items on display. We created a customised visual and content structure, adjusting them to the theme of the hall. The kiosks switch on when a user touches the screen and the software starts automatically, making the devices extremely quick and easy to operate.
A special feature of the kiosk placed in the Speakers of the House exhibition hall is that visitors can navigate between contents in the panoramic photo of the hall: here users can select the painting that is interesting for them for more information and interesting facts. We can browse in alphabetical and chronological order too, so we can also access portraits and photos of the Speakers of the House that aren’t on display.
The kiosk about the victims of the 1956 massacre also has a unique content structure: the visual and textual displays of the content are based on a customised look, and they are easily accessible from the main menu. We also created image and text content animation in the media library.