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Fairfield, NJ, United States, 2011/09/15 - Christopher Meyer, President of C.D. Meyer, announced today that the company will provide an interactive point2explore touch screen kiosk to its 100th museum client, AMS&E in Oak Ridge, Tennessee - CDMeyer.com.
Christopher Meyer, President of C.D. Meyer Inc., the 20 year-old award-winning multimedia design firm based in Fairfield, New Jersey, announced today that the company will provide an interactive point2explore touch screen kiosk at its 100th museum client. The latest installation at the American Museum of Science and Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, joins an impressive and varied list of museums and corporate, government and institutional facilities across the United States, Canada and Australia.
The newest installation is a Yosemite tree stump kiosk with an upgraded 17- inch touch screen monitor. C.D. Meyer’s product line includes customizable kiosk software as well as floor standing kiosk units and panelPCs that can be seen at our website which also provides information about educational kiosks, museum exhibits, touch screen museum games, desktop kiosks and an "all-in-one" computer/touch screen units.
“Our success is a result of offering a line of touch screen kiosk software products that are affordable, attractive, and durable,“ stated Meyer. “Our software is entertaining, educational and reliable and our kiosks are ADA compliant and easy to set up and maintain. We provide interactive software that runs on standard platforms such as a computer PC running Windows™ or other economical systems. Our experience with touch screen technology is extensive, and we highly recommend it in a public exhibit kiosk over the traditional mouse and keyboard which are more susceptible to malicious acts.”
C.D. Meyer installations span the continent from The Hofstra University Museum in Hempstead, New York and The Children's Science Explorium in Boca Raton, Florida to The National Archives in Kansas City, Missouri and The California Department of Water Resources in Sacramento, California. They provide information to visitors in the form of timelines, quizzes,“drag and drop” interactive games, match games, interactive newsrooms, wayfinder guides, and geography, history, science and music games and facts.
About C.D. Meyer and point2explore
C.D. Meyer, Inc. (cdmeyer.com) – is a 20-year old, award-winning, multimedia design firm employing artists with varied backgrounds in designing every type of computer generated art and all types of media, from interactive multimedia to video to websites. In 1997, the design team developed its first touch screen program. C.D. Meyer now offers affordable and reliable multimedia software products and custom programming services for museum and waiting room kiosks and games under its brand, point2explore. point2explore touch screen kiosk products and services (point2explore.com) are also used by corporations to educate customers at tradeshows, events, and inside their office buildings.
CD Meyer, Inc. has been honored with a Telly Award and various awards from the National Association of Interpretation, the Media Communications Society, Omni Intermedia, the Society of Technology Communications, New Jersey ITVA, and the Garden State Builder's Show.