Interactive presentations: How to bring products and information to life

Digitisation is simplifying many areas of life. But it’s making others more complex, as some things aren’t as tangible and comprehensible as they used to be. This has led to new challenges for communications companies – partly because products aren’t physical, and because customisation allows for a multitude of variants. The Berlin-based company Interactive Scape aims to solve this problem with its multi-touch solutions and with one-of-a-kind capacitive object recognition.

Connecting the physical and the digital world

For the Berlin-based company Interactive Scape, making ­continuous improvements to existing concepts and tapping into new product landscapes is a matter of course. The digital pioneer has focused on making the digital world understandable ever since its founding in 2008, developing interactive multi-touch applications and one-of-a-kind capacitive object recognition. This allows companies to link products or services with digital content in a simple manner.


Instead of dealing with complicated websites or menu structures, users can simply place physical objects onto the display and directly open the desired content. In addition to the multi-touch Scape® displays, Interactive Scape offers interactive Capore® objects to make sure that this works. They enable object recognition and thereby make digital concepts tangible.  All of this can be combined in the Easire® application, which can be individually compiled with different modules and given a personalised look and feel.

Creating unforgettable experiences

The multi-touch solutions from Interactive Scape are suitable for a wide range of industries. Whether at a trade fair stand, in showrooms, or at the point of sale – Interactive Scape makes it possible for companies to explain even complex, intangible products or topics in a graspable way by means of interactive presentations. This is particularly interesting for sales conversations with potential customers or when presenting products to partners. Even training courses for internal employees can be designed in a more sustainable manner.

Museums can also benefit from the innovative technology, as they can use the technology to interactively present content on certain eras or topics to their visitors. Thanks to the combination of a multi-touch display and capacitive object recognition, the brain can process information more quickly and store this knowledge for a longer period of time.

Interactive Scape manages to connect the digital and the real world in a playful way. Find out more at www.interactive-scape.com.

Firmenkontakt und Herausgeber der Meldung:

interactive scape GmbH
Wilhelmine-Gemberg-Weg 6
10179 Berlin
Telefon: +49 (30) 6980941-00
Telefax: +49 (30) 69809429
http://www.interactive-scape.com

Ansprechpartner:
Susanne Horn
Telefon: +49 (30) 698094116
E-Mail: horn@interactive-scape.com
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