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Visualplanet integrator PresTop modernises Dutch shopping centre with touch interactive wayfinders

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PresTop in Holland have used the visualplanet touchfoil™ to bring the Alexandrium Shopping Centre in Rotterdam up-to-date by installing 6 different touch displays.

The displays are a main feature of the shopping centre, welcoming shoppers and visitors at the entrance, and guiding them around the 1.6 million sq. m retail facility.

The installation features six displays: 2 touch kiosks, 3 42” hanging displays and a custom-made 2-sided 42” touch totem located in the heart of the “Living Mall”, all made interactive by the touchfoil™.

Shoppers are able to interact with the displays to find the outlets they wish to visit through an innovative way-finding software application that allows shoppers to search for stores based on their category and access detailed information and animated route maps and descriptions.

“With the visualplanet touchfoil™ we can make solutions that look good yet are still vandal- proof, useable for public spaces and easy to keep clean without being affected too much by outside influences”, Richard Roggeveen, Account manager PresTop Products.

Dutch-speaking readers can view a video of the installation, as shown on RTL4’s “4Me Aflevering 10”:

About visualplanet

Established in 2002 visualplanet have pioneered the large format touchfoil™ market. As manufacturers of the original touchfoil™, visualplanet continues to develop and perfect the product and the manufacturing processes to maintain their market leading position. Visualplanet’s global partners combine the touchfoil™ with an extensive range of solutions to create experiences that engage and delight audiences all over the world.

About PresTop

PresTop delivers a highly innovative range of hardware Touch equipment such as interactive kiosks, touch screens, touch computers, touch tables, Touch Totems and a lot more.

Source: Visualplanet

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