Fitness kiosk a solution to age-old problem

By | July 24, 2014

Schriever aerobics class enthusiasts may feel like they are on the holodeck of the Starship Enterprise during the next few weeks.

Source: www.schriever.af.mil

“Users will walk up to a small kiosk that’s mounted on the wall near the entrance to the aerobics room,” said Seth Cannello, Schriever sports and fitness director. “Once they decide on the class they want to take, they’ll simply punch in the information and walk into the room. Seconds later, a nearly 100-inch screen will drop down from the ceiling and a projector mounted to the ceiling at the back of the room will display an instructor-led video.”

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