DNP launches Action Capture System for theme parks, etc.

DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation (DNP IAM)  launched its Action Capture system for theme parks, family fun centers, rock climbing gyms, ropes courses, and other venues.

Sample Action Capture image from a climbing wall.

DNP’s Action Capture system snaps candid moments of guests from angles unobtainable by conventional cameras or a selfie. As guests participate in games, events and other experiences, the Action Capture system freezes their moments to take home and share.

Here is how the Action Capture system works:

  1. Venue places the Action Capture camera at the top-of-route or completion point.
  2. Guests press a button to activate the camera during an activity.
  3. The camera captures the moment and immediately transfers the image(s) to the printer control unit.
  4. Venues choose to print images automatically or give guests an opportunity to curate the list of images they want before printing.

Venues can also create an on-site, automatic updating slide show for guests showcasing pictures captured throughout the day.

DNP’s Action Capture system enables venues to easily add branded content, such as logos and other graphics, to the images before they are printed—helping ensure a strong brand tie with guests and those they share the images with. Venues can also use this feature to upsell photo packages on private events by adding a personal branded image package as a service when booking with guests, according to DNP

Action Camera and mount

The Action Capture system comes with an easy-to-install camera module, a trigger button for camera activation, a touch-screen control unit with HDMI output, a network router (PoE+) to connect the camera module to the control unit, a starter supply of media and the DNP QW410 compact professional printer.