CINCINNATI, Ohio — Electronic Art, an interactive agency specializing in custom kiosk software, kiosk hardware, and integrated Web sites, launched its new Web site focusing on custom-designed interactive kiosks and digital signage for all industries. The company will celebrate the official unveiling of its new Web site while exhibiting at KioskCom and The digital signage Show in Las Vegas April 16–17.
Also making its debut at KioskCom will be EA’s new EasyShip XL Kiosk. The EasyShip XL Kiosk’s full-size cabinet allows integration of components, such as full-size printers or PCs. Providing an alternative to using an all-in-one kiosk, the EasyShip XL’s larger cabinet also provides customers space for applied signage or other branding. And the kiosk’s oval base allows for a smaller footprint and 20 percent more stability than previous models. The kiosk also features an overhead signage option, which allows space for printed or digital signage.
Additionally, Electronic Art announced its partnership with Ripley Metalworks as EA’s new fabrication partner, giving EA a broader range of custom metal enclosure options, lower cost, greater capacity for large orders and more options for color and powder coating finishes.
Successful EA campaigns include the recent introduction of the “Passage to Freedom” program launched in March by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, American Express and the Ohio Department of Development’s Division of Travel and Tourism. The program consists of a series of EasyShip XL kiosks to be placed at or near Ohio Underground Railroad sites. The project features a new Web site created by Electronic Art to showcase Ohio’s Underground Railroad sites and aid visitors in their travels.
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