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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Interactive Gesture Wall with surround sound and two multi-touch tables introduce visitors to unique archives.
Three digital interactives explain the work of the arboretum and provide a springboard for visitors to explore further.
Interactive games promote behaviour change alongside exhibits that explain wildfire risk in real time
Touch-screen and audiovisual exhibits help to create a visitor attraction that interprets this outstanding heritage site.
Multi-touch technology and traditional fundraising techniques acknowledge donors and encourage contributions.
Animation and touchscreen exhibits explore the geology of this Site of Special Scientific Interest.
New interpretation takes an innovative approach to history, combining art and traditional interpretation techniques.
The Cottage Museum interactives exploring photographic archives of Woodhall Life and World War II.
Interactive exhibits at visitor centres in the Peak District explore the causes and prevention of moorland fire.
Plas Mawr is a glorious Elizabethan townhouse from the 16th century restored with assistance from Cadw.
Modern British Childhood explores how childhood has transformed between the Olympics of 1948 and 2012.
Eco-station demonstrates how a redundant building can be transformed into an environmentally-friendly centre.
Copper Kingdom promotes the industrial, social and environmental heritage of Mynydd Parys and Anglesey.
Lime and Ice creates opportunities to learn, explore and enjoy the landscape heritage of the North York Moors.
Loggerheads AV centre provides a window onto the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley wildlife, nature and history.
The Great North Museum's digital Hadrian's wall may take up to 10 years for visitors to build!
Working with Chester Zoo to deliver interactive experiences in a wide range of hostile environments.
The Winding House tells the story of the borough from Celts and Romans, to Castles and the Industrial Revolution!
Ferry Meadows visitor centre helps families plan their day at Nene Park and explore the diverse wildlife.
Exploring local and natural history from fossil remains through to the 20th century seaside resort.
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