Basak, Yudan, Wei, and I are in the preliminary stages of developing an iPad app for the room reservation system in the library. Eventually our goal is to replace the daily paper room schedules with super shiny futuristic e-signs. I’ve been doing a lot of research on the subject and have discovered that the world of in and on-wall electronics installation is wide and diverse. There are a lot rigs developed for personal use. The prettiest and easiest may be the Wallee, a one-screw affair that allows users to easily hang their iPad horizontally or vertically on the wall by means of a specialized case.
For commercial use, there are also a lot of options. A few emphasize security, with hardcore key-locks and in-wall stud bolting. Two of the most popular housings in the business world seem to be the Lab Shield and the nClosure. Both use locks that can be keyed alike for large orders.