Keeping students, faculty and visitors informed around campus is much easier now that The King’s Academy (TKA), a K-12 faith-based private school in West Palm Beach, Florida, has installed an extensive digital signage network.

Use a Samsung Gear VR headset or a VR-capable smartphone to take a short, 360-degree, behind-the-scenes tour of the TKA campus. See how the school uses Samsung’s Smart Signage system-on-chip (SoC) displays and MagicInfo content management software to keep students and visitors updated on school news, student achievements and coming events.

The digital signage solutions employed around the sprawling campus range from information displays in TKA’s media center to an arena-style, four-sided, center-hung display in the main cafeteria.

In this immersive video, you can see where digital signage displays have been positioned around the TKA campus and how they’re driving school messaging objectives.

Discover data-driven insights into how smart signage compares to traditional digital displays in this white paper.

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