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Revl releases new kiosk functionality

Self-service kiosks fully automate the video purchasing process

Revl kiosk

Revl, the AI-powered video experience company, has released its new kiosk functionality, which means that guests can easily purchase the video of their experience after enjoying an attraction, without the need for extra staff.

Revl’s video automation system for attractions allows operators to record, edit and sell videos of visitors’ ride experiences. Using RFID technology, the video is created and a preview made available just moments after the ride ends. To further streamline the process, the automatic editing process delivers the finished video to the guest’s phone minutes after they have purchased it.

Self-service kiosks

Now, thanks to the ability to sell the videos through self-service kiosks, Revl’s clients can increase their revenue while keeping operating costs low, since the kiosks do not require extra staff.

“Our new kiosk interface has enabled us to provide our services to more operators who can use Revl but don’t need additional staff to provide their guests videos,” says a spokesperson for the company. “It has truly become a turn-key operation to add to attractions, bringing in more revenue and increasing profit margins.”

Revl technology is suitable for a wide range of rides, from alpine coasters to ziplines and more. Visitors can use the Revl Onboarding app to register and are assigned their Revl media to link their video. As they board the ride, a staff member uses the camera to scan the visitor’s wristband and then places it into the mount.

After enjoying the ride, the camera is removed by a staff member and placed into the docking station, where the footage is automatically transferred, edited and uploaded to the guest profile. With the new kiosk functionality, all that the guest needs to do is walk over to the kiosk, preview a teaser of their experience and then buy the video, which is then sent to their phone via email or through the Revl app.

Revl’s software automatically finds the most exciting moments of the ride to include in the final video, meaning guests leave with a long-lasting and easily sharable reminder of their visit.

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Charlotte Coates

Charlotte Coates is blooloop's editor. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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