The iWall is an interactive device whose monitor slides along a track with the content changing as it is moved. The iWall creates an interactive experience that informs, entertains, motivates, educates and engages virtually any audience regardless of the venue.
The original iWall was created by Terry Murphy over 10 years ago while developing exhibits for Xerox. As the designer and engineer of the iWall, Terry continued to enhance and perfect the iWall for many years. The iWall is now being enjoyed by visitors around the globe in over one hundred and thirty installations.
The iWall is an innovative way to let people control the delivery of in-depth content in a flexible format. Graphics, animation, audio and video content can all be navigated by simply sliding the LCD monitor. By adding depth to the two-dimensional space of a wall, large amounts of information can be conveyed in a way that is not cluttered or overwhelming. iWalls can be used for timelines, x-ray views, storytelling, artifact interpretation, introductions, product line displays and many more dynamic, educational uses.