Motion Sensor Experience

Designed to catch the attention of passing customers, the motion sensor can be added to any OSM pairing to create different triggers for different distances. Drawing shoppers in as they approach, the motion sensor can invite users to specific display interactions depending on how close or far they are standing.

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Multiple Distance Detection

The Motion Sensor is programmed to display relevant content according to the users distance from the display. For example: a user standing 80 cm away will trigger a message to invite the user to approach the display, while a user standing 30 cm away will trigger product specific content.

Securely Mounts

The Motion Sensor can be securely mounted on any flat surface, horizontally, vertically, or angled.

Modular

The Interactive Collection is comprised by a variety of Outform Standard Modules (OSM) which communicate by way of ODC protocol. ODC protocol enables a dynamic eco-system by which multiple OSMs can interact and trigger relevant experiences.

Motion Sensor Experience

Use the motion sensor to set custom triggers as shoppers pass by. Click "Play Video" to watch the tutorial.

System Set Up

Setting up the RGB LED controller and push buttons for the Motion Sensor Experience. Click “Play Video” to watch the tutorial.

Demo Brief Case

Check out Interactive Collection brief case, which features the Interactive Collection sensors and shows off how they work with each experience. Click "Play Video" to watch.

Interactivity

By combining this experience with different sensors and triggers, this experience can support a combination of user interactions such as touch, voice, motion, and many more.

Custom Triggers

The sensor allows for specific content to be triggered for different distances.

Various Ranges

The sensor has available options for short, medium or long range detection.

OIE

Outform Interactive Editor gives you the tools to create your own experiences with ease using Control Center configuration