Holo-Info-Desk Mini delivers an engaging experience for table tops interaction

The Holo-Info-Desk Mini tabletop screen is the perfect solution that creates an engaging table top media experience. This new solution is % larger than a tablet and therefore is suitable as a true table top multi touch experience allowing quality selecting, stretching, zooming, moving of any media.

We have launched this solution as a complete answer for those wanting an easily transported system for expos, promo days, reception, counter and table top displays.

The system is powered on a slim format rear mounted computer and comes completely configured with the professional multi touch suite software. It has wireless connectivity allowing access to networks and the internet. To enhance administration setup of content the solution includes full wireless keyboard with built in touch pad. All the connection cables required are included. We have made special attention to delivering a true plug-n-play touch experience.

The screen is ready for interacting with your content.

Additional Content Service
We also offer the service to assist you in creating it, installing and setup as an additional service. This service is perfect for those that just want to hit the road and use the Holo-Info-Desk, rather than trying to understand how to install the software, configure Windows7, designing the templates, and loading all the videos, brochures, web links, graphics and customising the multi touch application suite.

Integrated table top screen angle support allows automatic multiple tilt angles without any tools for adjustment including lying flat.


Exhibitors world wide including New Zealand exporters can now raise the quality of their presence at international expos. Many exhibitors are relying on old styled marketing techniques that many visitors have no interest in. Brochure bag stuffing, mounting displays on the wall and playing a presentation or video are no longer affective to create qualified high value leads.

“No thanks just Looking syndrome”.
Multi touch surfaces and solutions from ICE AV when used as part of a proactive and planned sales strategy approach with visitors means that catalogues, videos, product photos, brochures, web links, drawings CAD and schematic plans can also be shared via touch, USB, email and instant print. Unless a visitor is on the hunt to find particular information or insight from an exhibitor, many exhibitors have trouble to establish rapport within 30 seconds and becomes a cat and mouse between retaining the interest and the visitor being wary of giving to much away or wanting to move on.

Multi touch is the ability to interact with content and media via touch screen gestures using more than two fingers. This allows zooming, sharing, moving, multiple selection, in-depth revealing menus and moving between layers of content.

ICE AV Technology Ltd is able to assist companies in New Zealand and world wide who require multi touch hardware, software and components. In recent years the range of systems have increased and the pricing has now become affordable. ICE AV has the expertise to be able to retrofit existing displays and assist companies to create unique multi-touch experiences.

Hardware specifications download link

For sales and further information:
ICE AV Technology Ltd
Auckland, New Zealand

Tel +64-9-414 2348
sales at holodesk . com

ICE AV is the creator of the HoloDesk, iQRite, Conixe, Holo-Info-Desk brands.

Survive and Thrive Conference uses The HoloDesk for scheduling the Sounding Board Sessions

Survive and Thrive

New Zealand is well known for its creativity and various participants have international acclaim in the cinema, pottery, art, photography, acting, digital media and design sector. The Survive and Survive Conference is a platform that brings together those active in the industry.

HoloDesk in action at Survive and Thrive 2012

Holo-Info-Desk was asked to participate with Thrive & Survive 2012 which we did with a partial sponsorship at this year’s Thrive and Survive in the Owen Glen Building July 5th, 2012.

The Holo-Info-Desk enabled attendees to register for the Sounding Board Expert Interview sessions and then later in the day to explore the photos that documented the conference.

The configuration used was a Single Edgeless HoloDesk where we used a a programmed PDF registration document that could be completed by touch action using a virtual keyboard.

Interactive Touch screen

Holo-Info-Desk being used in photo browsing mode

The idea to use the HoloDesk came about from earlier work ICE AV had with ATEED (Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development – A City Council Organisation) and to match the registration process to some thing more high tech than a felt tip white board that had been used during the 2011 event.

The Holo-Info-Desk reflected the theme of the 2012 conference “We Need to Talk about the Future”, something Candy Elsmore, Project Director from Arts Regional Trust, reflected with her web thoughts
“It takes creativity, thinking and sheer hard work, especially if your ideas are ahead of the crowd. This year, Survive & Thrive is especially focussed on people, projects and organisations who, through their work, showcase leading edge approaches.”

During Survive & Thrive 2012, participants were inspired by guest speakers, got down to business in the workshops with people who have walked the walk and connected with people in a meaningful way in the networking activities. Practical tips and tools from specialist advisors [acting as a sounding board for brilliant ideas and sticky problems]. The expo allowed people connect with people and groups.

Touch Screen Registration Form

In 2001, The Big Idea (Te Aria Nui) website was launched by then Prime Minister, Rt Hon Helen Clark to open up connectedness and, accessibility for work and income opportunities, but it also allowed straightforward navigation around the creative industries. Today the The Big Idea Trust has as its guiding strategy to drive creativity into all sectors of New Zealand society.

For the very first time, individuals, organisations and companies in the creative sector could identify and relate to each other in one, online home. The website connected people, allowing important networks to develop on personal, local, regional and international levels. Creative talent could now link with industry, science, commerce, health or agriculture and The Big Idea could actively promote the building of relationships across sectors.