OTHER KIOSKS

Digital Jet - Music and Ringtones

This modular music vending kiosk allows music and ringtones to be purchased and downloaded to mobile phones.
The transaction are low value, so the kiosk only has a coin validator. Music and ringtones are transferred through an integrated multi-card reader, IRDA or Bluetooth. There is also a barcode scanner for loyalty programmes. There are two main modules: payment/PC and display. One and two display, wall and floor mounted versions can be created using different supporting spines.

3Touch - Presentation Lectern

This lectern was designed for a start-up company, who needed to integrate a PC, 21" display, document camera and various media readers into a lectern. A metal frame was clad in injection moulded plastics with aluminium extrusions on the front and back edges giving rigidity where people would be leaning on the lectern. A custom lift and tilt mechanism was designed with the supplier which fitted inside the vertical extrusion. Different finishes for plastics, extrusions and side caps could be specified to customise the product, along with an optional front double A4 banner.

Oasis - Next Generation Water Cooler

This prototype watercooler went from sketch to working prototype in six weeks. The prototype was used at a trade show to reimagine what a cooler does. The user is identified by means of a fingerprint scanner, and is given specific health information such as how much water they have drunk that day. While the water is dispensed a targeted ad is shown on the display. The prototype was produced with a mix of SLA and CNC. Software was written to recognise the fingerprint and control the dispensing pump for the water.
While just a concept, technical elements of the design, a mid-mounted method of loading the water bottle internally using a fold out shelf, were patented.

Techchoice Music - Digital jukebox

This prototype watercooler went from sketch to working prototype in six weeks. The prototype was used at a trade show to reimagine what a cooler does. The user is identified by means of a fingerprint scanner, and is given specific health information such as how much water they have drunk that day. While the water is dispensed a targeted ad is shown on the display. The prototype was produced with a mix of SLA and CNC. Software was written to recognise the fingerprint and control the dispensing pump for the water.
While just a concept, technical elements of the design, a mid-mounted method of loading the water bottle internally using a fold out shelf, were patented.