The Onomy Interactive Digital Walls provide users with a full-body reading experience, reinvigorating static genres like the timeline. The large LCD screen slides easily along the length of the interactive, and gives a viewer a rich multimedia experience -- a giant scrub bar reacting to even the most minute movements of the screen. In a sense, the onscreen graphics act as a "magic lens" into printed matter and/or physical objects. First developed by the RED group at Xerox PARC in 2000, the Interactive Digital Wall (or, as dubbed by folks who did work for hire on those first walls, the I-Wall) has been deployed in a variety of museums and science centers worldwide. The Interactive Digital Wall won a Gold award in the ID Magazine Interactive Media Awards. The video depicts the operation of the earliest walls, and has a short slideshow at the end of some more recent installs, some of which integrate video content and include touchscreen capabilities.

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