TAGS: jukebox, photo booth, NGX Face Place, NGX Rowe jukebox, AMI Entertainment, Apple Industries, coin machine, vending machine, touchscreen kiosk
BRISTOL, PA -- AMI Entertainment has released an update for its NGX Face Place, which combines a digital jukebox with Apple Industries' photobooth technology. The new software improves Facebook interaction and streamlines purchasing options, allowing a patron to buy photos and music in a single transaction.
The Next Generation Jukebox, or NGX, a Rowe product from AMI Entertainment Network Inc., is a modular hardware system. The large-format (32" screen), wall-hanging jukebox begins as a 72-lb. base model that can be enhanced internally and externally. NGX's Face Place extension houses the same Mitsubishi dye-sub printer used in Apple's photobooths. Like an Apple booth, the NGX can detect patrons walking by the unit and invite them over to take a photo. Photos and video can be shared through email and social media.
The update has been uploaded to NGX Face Places in the field.