November 25, 2010

Interactive Digital - Toronto's INFOTOGO interactive wayfinding pillars

infotogo.jpgOutdoor interactive digital signage in Toronto provide info and dispense maps. Nice looking units.

As part of their Coordinated Street Furniture program, the City of Toronto has designed and installed INFOTOGO wayfinding pillars to help you easily navigate and explore the city. The pillars include a large neighbourhood display map with key sites of interest, historical landmarks and public transit routes. There are currently 28 pillars in total, 5 of which feature interactive touch screens offering a thorough compilation of need-to-know facts and great ideas for what to see and do in Toronto. The kiosks also dispense $2 city maps.

The five interactive pillars with touch screens are at the following locations:

40 Dundas St. W. (between Yonge St. and Bay St., in front of Ontario Travel Information Centre)

777 Bay St. (near corner of Bay and College St.)

750 Bloor St. W. (near entrance to Christie Pits Park)

280 Spadina Ave. (near corner of Dundas Street)

220 Dundas St. W.

Posted by keefner at November 25, 2010 12:40 PM