The software developed by Fuel180 for the interactive exhibits will run on a standard computer PC running Windows™. Although the user interface can be a simple mouse or track ball, a touch screen monitor interface is the recommended hardware option. The touch screen interface is unique to the exhibit venue, it’s fun to use, and it makes the computer program different from the typical home game experience. Our experience with touch screen technology is extensive and we highly recommend using a touch screen monitor in a public exhibit.
||Fuel180 has provided software
and/or hardware to over 120 museums
in 38 US states, Australia and Canada.
The housing for the computer can be as simple as a hole in the wall to expose the touch screen or can be a stand-alone unit. Fuel180 has designed and developed a line of kiosk enclosures that are affordable, attractive, and durable. The kiosk enclosures are ADA compliant and easy to set up and maintain. Along with the standard, stand up kiosk units, we can offer an "all-in-one" computer/touch screen unit. This small unit is very affordable and versatile. Technology consulting services are also available for large, exhibit construction projects.