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Express digital signage player used for in-window art display

SEATTLE, Wash. — .advancedMethod announced that That Photo Shoppe, a small retailer located in Anacortes, Wash., has utilized .advancedMethod’s express digital signage system during a recent town event to display art content on the store’s in-window digital signage screen.

The Anacortes community sponsors monthly Art Walks to promote local artists and photographers, events which That Photo Shoppe enthusiastically participates in. For the March 6, 2009 Anacortes Art Walk, That Photo Shoppe realized it needed an innovative, eye-catching way to showcase photographers so they would stand out to art enthusiasts.

The express system includes the basic player and software necessary to create content right out of the box, plus industry-related templates and live news feeds.

That Photo Shoppe received its express unit the afternoon of the Art Walk and created professional-looking content on the program’s Slide Maker showcasing the desired work within hours. The staff then projected their newly created slides on a 50-inch rear projection screen placed in their storefront window where art walkers would be able to see a changing show of photography and be drawn into the store itself.

digital signage player used for in-window art display