Over the years we have worked on hundreds of diverse projects for a huge variety of customers. Some of organisations we have worked with are shown below. For more details about the projects please click on a title.
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Visitors to the wood are greeted by an old yew tree, voiced by Brian Blessed, inviting them to explore the site.
An interactive system to acknowledge sponsors and donors makes an impact on visitors.
A digital interactive exhibit and "Design your own horseshoe" game exhibit interpret Oakham Castle's history.
Nine interactive exhibits explore this Grade I listed pier, the town and the surrounding area.
Four interactive exhibits use video, audio visual content and quizzes in this thought-provoking exhibit.
Tablets and touchscreens provide a sympathetic way of interpreting this historic building.
Evocative and atmospheric use of projected imagery and audio in the hold of this Wey barge.
System specification and interactive exhibits for the temporary exhibition at the Curry Sark.
Five interactive exhibits interpret the role of this historic industrial site and the lives of its workers.
3D modelling enables visitors an up-close view of unique hoard of jewellery and precious items.
An interactive touchscreen table explores how the church travels with you throughout life’s journey.
CCTV, video, and special lighting effects bring endangered species close to visitors in an immersive experience.
Educational interpretation goes online with this range of interactive games and activities to use in schools.
Touch sensitive glass creates an interactive interpretation of the history of the Special Operations Executive.
A tablet tour and pop-up interactive put interpretation on the move to showcase the community-based restoration.
A tablet tour and touchscreens give visitors a choice of exploration possibilities at this medieval building.
Touchscreen technology and an interactive game bring Castleford's wealth of history to life.
CCTV and augmented reality technology increase disabled access for visitors at this Grade I Listed historic house.
A combination of exhibits and digital interpretation builds the story of military intelligence in WW1 with annual themes.
An interactive photo system designed to increase secondary spend is producing very positive results.
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