picture is full screen, full motion, broadcast-quality
video which can be combined with menu items, animation,
or simulations. A recent client even asked us
to add joysticks for a flight simulator, which
we integrated into an interactive video presentation
with a membrane keyboard for data collection.
because our production quality is quite simply
award winning. We take advantage of the large
screen and big sound to create a dramatic theater
experience. Most other systems have tiny, low
res picture areas on small monitors, and monotonous
monaural narration without music. We provide a
large, beautiful picture with three-speaker stereo
sound like a home theater.
system shown above is just the most recent customized
system we've designed. Everything we do is custom,
so we can do whatever you want. And because we
want your business, we'll do our best to work
within your budget. If you're looking for a great
system, with powerful punch, now you know what
to ask for - Mobile Impact Theater.
video - fast-paced 12 minute presentation
showing system in action $25.00
(Credited to purchase)
more information, call MEDIAWORKS
If you like Mobile Impact Theater, you'll love
Hexebo! Hexebo is six Mobile Impact Theater units
joined by backlighted Duratrans panels and topped
dome with a rotating programmable LED display.
The same presentation - or different ones - can
be run on each of the six M.I.T. units. Hexebo
is an incredibly impressive display and information
gathering tool which can be used for many purposes
RECENT MOBILE IMPACT THEATER
With The Sun"
An incredible traveling exhibit promoting the
use of solar energy. Besides an animated attract
screen, stereo sound, and large exterior display
graphics, it has four custom features: "Test
Your Solar I.Q.", "Do You Think Solar?",
"Solar Short Videos" and "Surf
Your Solar I.Q. is an interesting and entertaining
interactive quiz, which measures knowledge of
solar energy. Quiz questions are randomly accessed
from a large database of questions so that they
are not frequently repeated. Thus, it is impossible
to easily pass the test by trying it out a few
times. Questions and answers are easily changed.
Winners are sent a Solar Genius Certificate. All
test results are stored in a database so that
responses can be analyzed for research purposes.
The database can be copied to a floppy, stored
on the hard drive, or automatically emailed anywhere.
like "Test Your Solar I.Q." can be designed
for any subject matter area.
You Think Solar? is an excellent way to obtain
answers to survey questions about your company,
product or service. The number, order and type
of questions can be easily changed in an Access
database. All responses are stored in a database
so that responses can be analyzed. The database
can be copied to a floppy, stored on the hard
drive, or automatically emailed anywhere.
like "Do You Think Solar?" can be designed
for any subject matter area.
Short Videos are full-screen, full motion
presentations with stereo audio. There are five
of these presentations on this system, but there
is theoretically no limit to the number of presentations
possible. When a video has finished, the program
automatically returns the viewer to the list of
Solar Short Videos. A video can be interrupted
at any time by pressing the Space bar.
Videos can be designed for any subject matter
The Sun is a locally-hosted website, which
means the web pages reside on a hard drive in
the kiosk. There are two advantages to the local
host approach - display speed and access control.
Since the internet pages are stored on the local
hard drive and not on a remote server, display
speed is nearly instantaneous - no waiting for
downloads from the server. Access control is even
more important. Since the viewer is not connected
to the internet, there is no way to move to other
undesired web locations.
An interactive video presentation housed in the
Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center at Marble Canyon,
here for information about purchasing the
video tape version of the program.
is a compilation of fourteen historical segments
about the difficulties and danger that Native
Americans, pioneers, and explorers faced when
trying to cross the great canyons of the Colorado
River before bridges were constructed. Two of
the segments highlight the construction of the
Historic and New Navajo bridges and their effect
on the lifestyles of the people in the area. The
program also provides information about popular
sight-seeing and recreational activities.
production was a collaborative effort involving
the Federal Highway Administration, the Arizona
Department of Transportation, the National Park
Service, the United States Forest Service, the
Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Reclamation,
and other organizations. Scores of people contributed
to the project, which took nearly a year to complete
and contains a number of authentic historical
reenactments involving wagon trains and horseback
program segments are:
· Jacob Lake & the Kaibab National
· The Grand Canyon-North Rim
· The Colorado River & Glen Canyon
· The Fredonia-Vermilion Cliffs Scenic
· The Grand Circle
· Crossings Through Time-Introduction
· The Navajo Nation & Other Native
· The Dominguez-Escalante Expedition
· Lees Ferry
· The Honeymoon Trail
· Historic Navajo Bridge
· New Navajo Bridge