Museum Display Screen
How to setup a museum display screen?
Just download Linutop OS free software and install it on a PC or any Raspberry Pi and you are ready to go!
Linutop OS is based on ubuntu 18.04 and Raspberry Pi OS and can be installed on PC and the entire line of Raspberry Pi: Zero, 1, 2, 3, 4, 400, B, B+, A and A+.
To configure the museum display screen software according to your needs, create the playlist by adding your documents in the interface.
Linutop offers affordable solutions to dynamize any places, using digital signage. It will enable any museum display screens to broadcast any type of content, from simple texte, to HD videos, as well as PDF files or web sites. Bring your communication to the next level, inform your visitors about the new expositions, the new artwork recently arrived in the gallery, entertain them with questions or games, or anything you need.
What can you display with Linutop museum display screen software?
- Web Pages
- Animated GIF
- Turn off you screen at night
The Kiosk player software allows you to manage slideshows, video, display and update the information to be broadcasted on your screen.
The mini computers designed by Linutop are perfect for Museums, as they are very thin, they can fit behind any screen, and silent, since they have no fan. Moreover they are based on the Raspberry Pi technology known for its few energy consumption, indeed, a Linutop mini PC requires on average ten times less energy than a classic computer, ideal for a full day on duty!
Showing one museum display screen is good, but powering multiple museum display screens is better, and in order to ease the task, Linutop is offering a server solution, called Linutop TV, a server enabling to edit and broadcast multiple playlists, accessible online, for maximum flexibility, or installable locally, for maximum privacy.
This is the choice made by Chambord Castle which is using Linutop TV in local digital signage server on premises for its Digital Signage!