As part of refurbishments taking place at the University of South Africa's (UNISA) Kgorong Building at their Main Campus in Pretoria, Moving Tactics joined forces with Urban Brew Studios to blend print and digital creative messaging for this enriching initiative. Each of the three custom-designed touch screens were constructed out of African mahogany veneer and stainless steel to fit in with the existing finishes of the building.
The 32-inch angled kiosk overlooks a photo gallery of some of UNISA's most distinguished and prominent students such as Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo. The content displayed on the touchscreen offers users the opportunity to gain insightful information about the well-known personalities whose photographs adorn the walls around them.
A large 46-inch standing touch table is positioned in front of the UNISA timeline, which provides a window into the history of tertiary education set against some of the most noteworthy achievements in modern history. Once again, the content on the touch interface adds depth and colour to the information on the wall graphics.
Finally, the 40-inch vertical touch interface with integrated webcam is part of the "My UNISA Story". The hardware and software provided on this unit gives users the opportunity to record and submit their own custom video messages about the academic experience with UNISA.
Each touchscreen is equipped with a 12-hour, full HD display, and an industrial grade PC and are secured with hidden fixings to complete the slick aesthetic of the unit.
Moving Tactics Digital Impact is a new addition to the Moving Tactics stable and specialises in short-term, rental and campaign-based digital activation solutions. In addition to providing concept development and implementation using touch and projection technology, they also design and manufacture screen housings and bespoke items based on brief.