An Interactive Kiosk is a computer terminal featuring specialized hardware and software that provides access to information and applications for communication, commerce, entertainment, or education.
Early interactive kiosks sometimes resembled telephone booths, but have been embraced by retail, food service and hospitality to improve customer service. Interactive kiosks are typically placed in high foot traffic settings such as shops, hotel lobbies or airports.
Integration of technology allows kiosks to perform a wide range of functions, evolving into self-service kiosks.
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This is a stand-alone device that features a touchscreen interface and uses highly advanced programming software. Such kiosks are often used in the retail or consumer industry, and are placed in high traffic areas where people can get information with the touch of a finger.