Raspberry Digital Signage displays web pages from LAN, Internet or internal (SD-card-hosted) folder in a restricted full-screen view. See the home page for cheap and extremely powerful web-based digital signage solution with the Raspberry Pi.
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Raspberry Slideshow is focused on quick-to-set-up image and video slideshows for the Raspberry Pi. Insert a USB key with image/video files or retrieval informations and boot: the system will display a slideshow of them in a full-screen view. See the home page for media slideshow digital signage.
Raspberry Slideshow is in enlisted in the directory of Distrowatch.
Raspberry WebKiosk is designed for secure web kiosks and multi-user web workstations deployments (libearies, cafes, public internet browsing places) where people can surf the web with a normal browser. It’s not intended for digital signage because browser view is not fullscreen and it allows users interaction. See the home page.