This is a touchscreen kiosk built for the Audubon Society to enable them to display articles, images, videos, maps and external websites all within a cleanly branded touchscreen housed within a museum-style static display board. It is built to enable simple updating of content and page hierarchy without requiring technical knowledge. It was installed in May 2016 at the Audubon Society near the Montezuma Wildlife Refuge in Central New York.
The display is designed to be seen at 1920x1080 resolution although adapts to various screen sizes. It is used in conjunction with browser kiosk plugins requiring credentials to do anything other than stay on the site in fullscreen.