Photo mechanics is a software designed to easily view, select and publish photos in the interactive mode.
While many business projects require creating specialized software, in other cases reusing the existing software solutions is cheaper and more efficient. That’s why Design Dossier works extensively to adapt our premade solutions to the customer’s business needs. Photo mechanics is easy enough to implement while attracting 95% of the audience.
An easy and very illustrative example of using the photo mechanics is our software for the virtual workspace of the future presented as part of the Moscow Government exposition at the Moscow Open Innovation Forum. The idea is incredibly simple: every visitor takes a photo and immediately send it by email, publish on Facebook, VK or Instagram, or print the photo right there using the touchscreen. As a result, the visitors stood in line to use the Virtual Workplace of the Future. For 5 days, more than 10 thousand photos were emailed from the device.
The advantages are self-evident:
SCHWARZKOPF’s photosender media wall promoting the IGORA ROYAL brand
At the Open Innovations forum, our company’s photo mechanics solutions were exhibited also at the Russian Venture Company’s (RBK) booth. Our experts created a sophisticated photo mechanics installation on the room’s glass, offering an exciting hi-tech quest to the visitors (our exclusive, innovative solution). Various images were projected to the big glass screen looking like a window. Using the Radar Touch system, the visitor selected the image to serve as a background for the visitor’s photo, and then the system photographed the user. The resulting photos could be viewed at the interactive counter and sent by email.
The software developed according to the customer’s SOW allows the visitors to view the photos uploaded by photographers working at the booth. The visitor selects the ones they like and sends them to their email using the interactive screen. The photos are watermarked.
After the event, the customer receives the collection of the visitors’ emails.
Photo mechanics: RBK’s interactive media wall