Immersive audio and visual installations for storytelling and visitor engagement.
From delivering the UK’s first digital art gallery to Europe’s largest digital media space, we develop visitor experiences for Museums, heritage and historic centres, theme parks, cultural organisations with interpretation and experience design.
This includes the creative visualisation of information, interactive wayfinding and engagement with artefacts / exhibits, video playback systems, interactive audio installations, and more.
Our AV design philosophy helps develop “immersiveness” — to envelop a visitor and engage them on tactile, visceral and intellectual levels simultaneously. Such an effect is achievable with interactive platforms, such as touchscreens, beam speakers that produce highly focused audio, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Typically, we will design systems as well as integrate, install and maintain:
Our solutions let you create larger-than-life experiences in environments such as giant screen theatres, domes and planetariums. Take your visitors on a journey as they explore everything from the ocean floor to the far reaches of the universe.
We can create completely customised experiences that tell your story in your own unique way. We take care of the underlying technology freeing you to focus on captivating, educating and moving your visitors by telling your story.
Explore some of our projects below.
Whether delivering high-end AV solutions for museums, heritage centres or tourist attractions, art galleries for engaging guest experiences and interactive interpretation, we have the experience to design AV systems around your intended guest experience, budget and physical space constraints.
Our latest clients include Museum of London, Science Museum, Forum Trust, Ruskin Gallery, IET, Norwich Cathedral and more.
We exhibit the role of our wartime heritage in the defence of Britain during WWII, inside a dome?
One round space be transformed into an open access digital gallery capable of choreographing multiple exhibits simultaneously, yet operable from a single console by users with little or no technical background?
How can a single, versatile AV environment uncompromisingly deliver student lectures and private hire events, in one space, which is also a fully-functional Dolby cinema?
How can AV infrastructure support the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s mission to help people everywhere access computing and digital making?