Run multiple image sharing stations using low powered Windows PC's. Browse, share and print images in seconds.
Customise Kiosk with background images, custom icons and keyboards for a white label experience. Run an idle time slideshow that displays recent images and custom advertisements.
Guests can immediately share images, GIFs and MP4's to email, MMS* and SMS when connected to internet. Shares can be queued and sent later if there is no (or slow) internet. *MMS in USA and Canada only.
Kiosk works with the full suite of Breeze programs, including Booth (for Windows, iPad and Flipbook) Multi-Camera Array, Hot Folder Prints and Hub - as well as 3rd party photo booth and camera capture applications.
Share images to email (including support for CC addresses), SMS, MMS and Twitter. Print mixed size images (eg 6×2, 6×4, 5×7) with smart auto bleed and printer pooling support.
View a customisable grid of all the incoming images, with full control over the thumbnail size and even thumbnail cropping. Run a slideshow, complete with advertisement slides when the sharing kiosk is idle.
Require a unique code to be entered in order to view and share your images. The code can be printed on the matching photo strip for easy access and supports advanced filename matching for enhanced security. Enter the code via touch screen, external keyboards or even bar code scanners.
Sign or draw on prints, add frames and stickers.
Monitor a folder of local images, or via a shared network folder
Customise the display for corporate and themed events.
Coin, bill and credit card acceptor integration. Require email or payment before printing
Collect data (such as email addresses) whilst complying with GDPR and data protection.
Operator controlled deletion and removal of unwanted images.
Optional privacy mode restricts access by QR, RFID or bar code
Support for multiple languages
Share links to microsite and hosted images via QR code
Fully controllable by keyboard and external buttons
Print multiple copies as separate documents to increase throughput when using printer pooling