Media Kiosk lets you experience your media files and view them in fullscreen. Images and videos can be opened and played on a secondary display either wired or wireless. Attract visitors to your museum, conference booth or exhibition stand. Engage them by letting them play with your story.
When a secondary display is attached to your computer or tablet your media items can be opened on that display in fullscreen. Wireless connection to a remote screen can be achieved when your device and remote screen support Miracast. This enables you to view your photos and videos on a television, projector or video wall without the hassle of extra cabling.
To fit your branding needs Media Kiosk offers settings for adjusting the colors, background and overlay images. A collection of built-in background and overlay images provide a quick way to start with the app. For even more control you can configure your own images for background or overlay.
To draw even more attention to your content, Media Kiosk offers a choice of attractors. An attractor is activated when there are no people interacting with the touch screen. All attractors can be tailored to your touch screen setup. There’s a spotlight, waterdrops, image overlay and video attractor that help you highlight your media.
By running the application in Kiosk Mode (assigned access in Windows 8.1), the application cannot be exited and settings cannot be modified. This provides a safe way for running the application unattended on a large touch screen or tablet pilar setup. This makes the application suitable to be used in public venues like museums or exhibitions. This means you can use any Windows 8.1 based PC or tablet to run a touch screen kiosk.
See here how to setup Kiosk Mode
Content management is as simple as setting up a collection of images and videos stored in folders. Folders will be shown as live tiles that can be navigated to. You can quickly switch between different portfolios by configuring a different media root folder in Media Kiosk. Content can be managed from a remote location by using a Skydrive folder as media root folder.