SAN DIEGO, August 6, 2013
is designed for HD looping content on any monitor or screen with video resolutions from 480p to 1080p. The new player is compact and can easily integrate into any media component, including the Museum at Central School’s digital engagement and education opportunity. Videotel's Interplay Module (IPM), custom harness, and dry sensor buttons were added as optimization for the overall interactive solution.
“Videotel’s VP71 was the obvious choice for what we needed to display our local history timeline video in our all-new History of the Flathead Valley exhibition,” said Gil Jordan, director of the Museum at Central School. “Videotel was great to work with, answering all our detailed questions and providing us with the needed solutions.”
The VP71 is incomparable in quality and reliability. The new digital player features auto start, autoplay, and auto-repeat, even in the event of a power loss, which was a perfect solution for the Museum at Central School.
“Videotel was honored to be a part of the museum’s new exhibit,” said Lisa Schneider, Videotel’s vice president of business development and market strategy. “Manufacturing a reliable industrial video player for digital engagement is at the core of our business. Integrating the new VP71 player into the overall design of this fantastic exhibition further advances our commitment to producing a compact, quality product for the marketplace.”
About Videotel Digital:
Videotel Digital is a leading manufacturer of industrial-grade digital signage media players
, industrial-grade looping DVD players
, touch and touchless interactive digital signage solutions, and directional sound speakers
. The marketplace leader services numerous industries, such as retail, healthcare, hospitality, restaurants, trade shows & events, banks, places of worship, museums, corporate facilities, education, government agencies, and others.