How it works
Screenarino makes it easy to send web content to screens through Slack. With uses ranging from playful to practical, Screenarino can be used to display content like restaurant menus, bar specials, analytics dashboards, event wayfinding, and anything else accessible through a URL.
Unlike other digital signage apps, Screenarino doesn't require users to use anything other than Slack. This means that once installed, anyone on your Slack workspace can control Screenarino - there's no need for additional software or dongles to get things working. If you can use Slack, you can use Screenarino.
Screenarino consists of two parts.
The Slack app is what you and your team will use to send
URLs to the Screenarino Client.
The Slack app will allow you to select which screen you want to send your content.
Screenarino will also post records of who sent what to a designated Slack channel.
The Screenarino client is installed to the computer that is
connected to your spare screen.
This computer could be any spare Linux, Mac, or Windows computer laying around.
If this isn't an option you can look into an affordable Raspberry Pi.