Innovation in the picture

Apple Industries stand at the International Association of Amusement and Attractions show (IAAPA) welcomed more than 3,000 visitors who came to see its new products: The Marvel Adventure Lab, The Photo Studio Prism and the app-powered printing kiosk– Print Budii.

Apple COO Scott Avery said: “There is a strong chance that the “Marvel Adventure Lab” will be considered the most innovative photo-vending product of 2019. This is an exclusive amusement machine concept developed by Apple Industries in partnership with Marvel. The in-house software technology and magical interface create the most unforgettable user-experience ever witnessed within an amusement machine. This is truly unique and amazing.”

IAAPA visitors queued up for the Marvel Adventure Lab for a chance to use the booth and become part of a customised comic book with Marvel characters (Spiderman, Ant Man, Thor, Black Panther, Captain America, Guardians of The Galaxy, The Avengers, Iron Man, Hulk).

Apple’s latest Face Place photobooth ‘Photo Studio Prism’, a compact new version of Photo Studio Deluxe was also on display.

Apple CEO, Allen Weisberg said: “Due to its monumental size, the popular Photo Studio Deluxe could only be installed in very large environments and following so many requests from our loyal partners and distributors, we decided to develop ‘Photo Studio Prism’, a smaller and more compact version to fit within many more locations”.

Visitors were also waiting in line to use the ‘Photo Studio Prism’. Apple Industries revealed new licensed content including Universal properties such as ‘Trolls’, ‘Jurassic Park’, ‘Back to the Future’, ‘Fast & Furious’, just to name a few.

The company also launched ‘Print Budii’, the new Apple Industries’ division dedicated to digital photo printing via self-service kiosks.

Scott said: “Print Budii is the world’s first app-powered printing kiosk. It enables customers to use their smartphone to access photo galleries and social media, then customise, transfer and print photos. All done by phone.”