Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Center for Total Health educates with
GestureTek Health 80ft videowall
2013 - Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Center for Total
Health in Washington DC, a 13,500-square-foot
open plan space and combines the latest in healthcare
with cutting edge technology to showcase what
they do and to educate visitors about their health.
The highlight of the center is an extended
80'Wx10'H interactive videowall that uses
GestureTek Health's multi-touch technology and allows a
large amount of visitors to interact with both hands
on the wall and to use it's different features
One of the world's largest interactive multi-touch walls "Every Body Walk" video mural aims to
convey an attainable sense of personal responsibility for one's health by encouraging visitors to
incorporate walking into their lives and to build sustainable, walkable communities.
The videowall works using GestureTek Health's multi-projector multi-touch system. Cameras behind
each 8 foot section of the wall sense touches on the screen, and lets the user manipulate the
dynamic content in a fully engaging manner.
The wall is made up of eight projection screens and the eight projectors. The projectors are
programmed to allow the screens to act independently or as a single long mural. There are also
16 speakers mounted two over each screen to deliver audio to visitors as they walk alongside
You can watch a video about the Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Center for Total Health which
features our GestureTek Health videowall here:
|Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health
There is also a great article about the Kaiser Permanente Center install which can be found
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