We’re really proud to see our work with Southwold Museum on the HLF website, have a look at http://www.hlf.org.uk/grantholders/heritagefocus/interpretation/Pages/TellingtalesinSouthwold.aspx
With the Clwydian Range AONB as the stunning backdrop this new exhibition will transport visitors from Loggerheads Visitor Centre out to the heather clad hills and back in time to meet characters from the past.
Working with leading designers Imagemakers we have delivered a range of interactive games for the visitor centre at Parc Cwm Darran. Designed to encourage exploration we particularly like Whose Baby Am I?
Exploring the world of fairy tales and illusion Magic Worlds reveals hundreds of years in the history of magic. Having provided the audio visual elements for the exhibition we are now looking forward to the tour.
This interactive at Southwold Museum in Suffolk is very popular with the younger audience. What can be found in the cupboard? Have a good look and feel of it and then put it on the table to see and hear the stories.
Up to 6 metres. This interactive at The Great North Museum is building a full size digital version of the entire wall. Visitors carve their own stone which is placed in the wall. It may take 10 years to build the whole wall!
This multi user interactive map is part of the centrepiece at Ferry Meadows visitor centre and is designed to enable families to plan their day at Nene Park, explore the diverse wildlife and find out about the latest events in the area.
The huge interactive table at the Winding House in Caerphilly is a firm favorite with families and school groups. With a host of games and quizzes designed for multiple users they can all get in on the action.
Wide Sky are delighted to have been working on the AV for the Maic Worlds exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood.
We can’t wait to get started on our latest project – a dual projection touch table. Due to open Easter 2012 at Loggerheads Country Park.