(Acquired by SocialPlayground)
We built the world's fastest and easiest social printer. Guests at an event Snap photos directly to the printer and in 40 seconds it prints out a sticker.
The Run Happy Island tour has been on the road since 2013 and is a huge brand showpiece for Brooks Sports. You can catch the tour at most major stops of the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon where up to 45,000 visitors pour through in only 3 days. 5celsius designed and built the lead collection, gait analysis, and photobooth technology used at the show.
5celsius won two EventTech awards for Run Happy Island the year it debuted.
Textingway was an experiment to see how easy we could make it to create and publish a blog.
With Textingway you send a single text message to 206-800-7252, then Textingway makes a blog and sends you the URL. Anything you send will be posted to the blog, including pictures and videos.
Textingway gained interest from non-users of traditional social media and users who did not have smart phones. Textingway was of particular interest to groups supporting refugees and other dispersed persons.
The Smile Machine is our ultimate photobooth, it has been on tour since 2012 (yes, it is ancient) and has taken more than 100,000 photos and produced 70 million impressions on Facebook since then.
The Smile Machine can take 700 photos before being refilled and doesn't need an operator, so it is perfect for large events with thousands of visitors. The Smile Machine greets visitors, has them sign a waiver, takes their photo, crops out the green screen, replaces the backdrop, and prints a photo-quality 4x6 in only 30 seconds.
People love this thing.
We developed ClearGait in 2011 after the release of the iPad 2, the first iPad with a camera. ClearGait replaced gait analysis systems based on tower PCs and refocussed the in-store experience to encourage tailored sales. Active at over 200 retail locations in more than 35 countries, ClearGait acts as a CRM stores and marathons around the world.
Get ClearGait for your store here.
The Toe-Pro is a camera system for a mechanical riding-shoe in tour at the Rock 'n' Roll Marathons. The camera mounts to the toe of the shoe and automatically records and edits video based on the acceleration of the shoe. The key element added to the recording system was sensing when the rider was thrown off, and automatically applying a slow motion effect to that portion of the video.