Digital Signage Stories – Nick’s Theater: A New Environment at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital

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Digital Signage Stories, the official podcast of Digital Signage Expo and its editorial partner site DigitalSignageConnection.com, highlights successful digital signage projects and installations deployed around the world in a variety of different vertical markets. With this podcast, you will gain insight from industry experts to help make your own digital signage deployments successful as the industry continues to grow.

Episode 9:  Nick’s Theater: A New Environment at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital

 

 

Stead Family Theater
Show Notes:
The University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital, the only extensive children’s facility in Iowa, recently built a tech-based entertainment environment in the main lobby of its facility. They called it Nick’s Theater, and it houses a state-of-the-art, 32-foot curved display for both patients and families to enjoy interactive games and movie nights as more and more studies show that video gaming can be an effective form of pain relief.

Monica Rosener, lead UX designer, and Curtis Walker, technology director for Dimensional Innovations, join us to discuss how their teams helped work digital miracles for the kids at University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital. For more case study info about this project, which won a Silver APEX Award in the Education & Healthcare category at DSE 2018, click here.

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Digital Signage Stories host Alesia HendleyShow host Alesia Hendley is an AV professional who is determined to leave her mark by making an impact, not just an impression. She can be reached on Twitter @thesmoothfactor 

 

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