Digital Centre Introduces Britta V.3 Software At 2019 EAG & VAE Show

Posted On: 1/14/2019

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  MORE SHARING OPTIONS: This Panther Revolution photobooth is one of the models that Digital Centre is exhibiting in Electrocoin's booth #515 at this year's EAG & VAE show in London, England to demonstrate its expanded Version 3 Britta software. The new software package offers enhanced sharing features and other options. for customers. Panther Revolution features a full-height external LED screen to project advertising, user-uploaded videos, photos taken inside the PhotoBooth, motion graphics created by the operator and any other content that the owner wishes to display.
   
LONDON -- Digital Centre reports that it will launch its latest software suite for DC photobooths at this year's EAG International Expo and Visitor Attraction Expo. The show is set for today through Jan. 17 at London's ExCeL convention center. DC will demonstrate its photobooths and software at Electrocoin's exhibit in Booth 515.

The enhanced software package is the third version of DC's Britta system, which is evolving to take full advantage of the ever-growing variety of social media platforms and options. Britta Version 3 offers a "Total Share" screen to simplify patron enjoyment of the available options, which encourage sharing of photos by use of everything from email through cellphone SMS short-messaging service to all social media including the new Telegram, a messaging and VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) service developed by Telegram Messenger that's proving popular with Instagram users.

In addition to this "Share the Photo Experience," DC's Britta V.3 offers a Promotion pop-up that simplifies publicing special events and offers. The pop-up makes sure that the promotional message is shown first. According to the manufacturer, this can prove valuable to operators for keeping patrons up to date on available seasonal photo themes. Also new in the DC start-screen sequence is an opportunity to gain easier access to the photobooth's Smartprint and Photo ID features.

The Printing Center feature offers patrons the ability to send their own digital images from a USB flash memory device to the photobooth's printer. Its primary purpose remains to expedite reprinting of photobooth pictures. An enhancement to this functionality is the removal of a limit to the number of prints that can be made of a group photograph. Previously, such reorders were limited to four or eight strips. This is designed to make life easier for large groups of friends at the photobooth.

 Britta V.3 includes many other enhancements, one of which is a Seasonal option for the Collage image format. The previous software version offered Standard and Custom designs for collage prints; V.3 will pop up appropriate designs for each "season," which includes not only calendrical seasons but also occasions like the Fourth of July.

Headquartered in Barcelona, Catalonia (Spain), Digital Centre has North American offices in Miami, FL.