Apple Industries IAAPA Expo Booth Spotlights Latest Photobooths

Posted On: 12/6/2018

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ORLANDO, FL -- Apple Industries reports that more than 3,000 showgoers visited its exhibit at the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions 2018 Attractions Expo here. The company attributed this brisk traffic to a series of new products that it showcased at the Expo. 
 
These included the Marvel Adventure Lab, a photobooth that invites patrons to be featured in a customized comic-book alongside iconic Marvel characters including Spider-Man, Ant-Man, Thor, Black Panther, Captain America, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers, Iron Man and the Hulk.

Apple chief operating officer Scott Avery explained that the exclusive amusement machine concept was developed by Apple Industries in partnership with Marvel.  "The in-house software technology and magical interface create the most unforgettable user-experience ever witnessed," Avery said.

Also drawing crowds was Apple's latest Face Place photobooth, Photo Studio Prism. A compact version of the Apple Photo Studio Deluxe, the Prism model is designed to bring the appeal of Photo Studio Deluxe to a wider range of locations. Below is a YouTube video from IAAPA 2018 Expo of Apple's exhibit booth.



"Due to its monumental size, the popular Photo Studio Deluxe could only be installed in very large environments," said Apple chief executive Allen Weisberg. Following requests from its partners and distributors, the company developed  a  more compact version to fit in many more locations, he explained. Visitors were waiting in line to use the Photo Studio Prism and enjoy interactive videos such as "Santa," a festive experience offering the opportunity to take a picture with Santa Claus.

Apple Industries also unveiled brand-new licensed content including Universal properties such as "Trolls," "Jurassic Park," "Back to the Future" and "Fast & Furious."

In addition to the new photobooths making their debut at the Attractions Expo, Apple Industries introduced its new Print Budii Division, devoted to digital photo printing through self-service kiosks. Avery explained that Apple's Print Budii is a first-of-its-kind system that enables customers to use their smartphones to access social media and other photo galleries, select and customize the images they want, and then invoke the Print Budii app to transfer and print them.

Print Budii is easy to install; it plugs into any standard outlet. Print Budii owners can add their own localized content including promotional and fun overlays. Apple explained that this option will help its partners raise brand awareness on social media, as customers can share their customized photos on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

Apple Industries has been a family-run business for more than 30 years. The company manufactures, markets and sells the line of Face Place digital photobooths. It now has two divisions, Face Place and Photo Budii. The Face Place photobooth line includes such popular brand names as Face Place Deluxe, Face Place Sapphire, Face Place Royale, Face Place Photo2Go, Face Place Wedding Booth, Face Place Pix Place and Magazine Me.

APPLE INDUSTRIES INNOVATIONS: Apple Industries added two photobooth models and  a new division at the recent IAAPA Attractions Expo. Above, new Marvel Adventure Lab and Prism Studio photobooths vie for showgoers' attention; below, free-standing booth display highlights Apple's Print Budii smart kiosk and software, which allows customers to customize, scale and print images from the web. Kiosk is responsibility of Apple's new Print Budii Division.
 
 
Click here to view the photo gallery of Apple's exhibit booth at IAAPA 2018.