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Posted on June 26, 2020 by Scott Pickus

Millennium City Vienna Shopping Mall Goes Digital with DynaScan LCDs

This month, the shopping and entertainment venue, Millennium City, in Vienna, Austria will see the rollout of 14 digital signage totems. Covering an area of 50.000 square meters with more than 100 stores, restaurants, and entertainment facilities, Millennium City welcomes an average of 14 million people every year. Originally built in 1999, the venue combines offices, residential areas, and shopping with entertainment. Three years ago, a plan to digitalize and modernize the center with a network of digital totems was put into motion.  read full article

Posted on August 2, 2013 by Scott Pickus

City Digital Media Creates DynaScan Powered Interactive Kiosks for Uptown Shopping Center, Victoria

Vancouver based City Digital Media recently completed the construction, integration and installation of two interactive kiosks for Uptown in Victoria, Canada. Uptown is an upscale open air center, offering 860,000 square feet of sophisticated open-air shopping, Class A office space, stylish restaurants and amenities.  The interactive kiosks provide mall visitors with an engaging wayfinding tool and provides the shopping center with additional information and advertising opportunities.


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Posted on July 24, 2013 by Scott Pickus

DynaScan High Brightness Display Powers BOCA Center Interactive Directory

Florida's The Shops at Boca Center recently finished the addition of an outdoor interactive directory kiosk featuring a DynaScan high brightness display.  The Shops at Boca Center is an upscale shopping center offering everything from the latest designer and European fashions for men and women, to fabulous footwear, eyewear & accessories, to unique gifts for the home. The directory is part of an overhaul of the shopping center’s courtyard area and features a 47” touchscreen built into a custom outdoor kiosk enclosure located at the front of Boca Center’s entrance, facing Military Trail. The kiosk provides visitors of

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