Interactive Floors and Surfaces
An interactive floor and surface solutionthat combines intuitive human body motion with floors and surface areas.
Interactive floor displays easily turn open floor spaces or unnoticed areas into an ongoing experience of movement, action, fun and excitement, stopping people in their tracks as they play, walk by or interact with your marketing content.
EyeStep is considered a highly effective marketing and brand enhancing tool that captivates and engages target audiences in retail environments, trade shows, museums, lobbies, open spaces, playgrounds and visitor centers.
EyeStep interactive floor allows you to:
- Easily set up, assemble and control your interactive display
- Use a rich set of embedded templates and visual effects
- Easily customize the different visual effects
- Brand a template with your corporate logo
- Create a playlist of effects
- Remotely schedule campaigns and content
- Generate data reports on who interacts and for how long
- Define interactive zones downloads/Orion%20Brochure.zip
EyeClick's first-class professional and creative services can tailor EyeStep to create that special effect or theme you have in mind.
EyeStep software solutions deliver your message effectively and uniquely to any audience at any time. We empower our clients with the tools to change, alter, and unlimitedly edit content.
EyeStep users are totally independent, in control and have exactly what they need to completely produce and achieve their vision, which is one of our great advantages. You will be amazed at how simple it is to design and create your interactive floor!
EyeStep systems in action:
Tower of David Museum uses EyeStep for its summer exhibition
Burger King upgrades their playgrounds with EyeStep
The Beatles Story Attraction Center uses EyeStep at exhibition
Coca-Cola uses EyeStep for promotional events
Amazing Chicago Funhouse Maze uses EyeStep to stomp out fire
Interactive Floor Projection - Technical Specifications
Interactive floor projection transforms any floor surface into an interactive platform.
An image is projected from above onto the floor. A camera and infra-red light source are mounted to capture the players movements and inform the system when people walk over the interactive floor projection.
The interactive floor then responds by changing the projected graphic content accordingly.