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August 5, 2016

Commemorative donor wall goes interactive

Traditionally, donor recognition comes in the form of etched brass plaques with quickly forgotten names that gather dust on a wall in the hallway. We set out to create a way to recognize the donors to ZSFG that was as forward-thinking as the donors themselves.

With our partners, we helped create a four by eight foot touch screen kiosk that was recently unveiled in the lobby of new hospital at Zuckerberg San Francisco General. Not only does the wall give credit to the incredible generosity of the donors, it allows for personalized messages from many of those donors, along with their photos and videos.

In addition, the wall is a rich source of information about the history of the hospital, its importance to the city of San Francisco, green building features and other programs that are funded through donations collected by the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation.

The Interactive Donor Wall was created through a collaboration between San Francisco General Hospital Foundation, Sensory Interactive, Touch.to and BrowneMusser.

We hope that if you are in the neighborhood you’ll stop in and lay a finger on the wall. It is located prominently in the lobby of the new building at 1001 Potrero Ave at 23rd Street.

 

Comments

  1. nigel carr

    nice work!

    • Jeff Musser

      Thank you!

  2. Beautiful work, it reminds me of some of the customized control systems I programmed for residential and business clients. I am curious, was this a Crestron display? I recognize some of the hardware but not all of it.

    • Jeff Musser

      Thank you! We are pretty proud of it. The display was created with Christie Micro-tiles.

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