19
August
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MUSEUMS VS. FARM HEROES: WHY PRODUCE SPECIAL INTERACTIVE APPLICATIONS AND CONTENT FOR KIDS & FAMILIES?

Museums all around the world today are facing the challenge of keeping kids engaged and avoid the dreaded “I’m bored” scenario. How can museums become a place for kids to explore, discover, learn and at the same time have fun? Exposure to culture and the visual arts expands a child’s awareness of the world, promotes visual literacy and creative thinking skills. In order for museum to stay relevant and attract the younger generation they need to embrace technology, thereby create a museum experience that offers interactive and hands-on attractions, including: games, quizzes, riddles, quests an […]

9
July
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KATNISS EVERDEEN HAS ARRIVED... IN TIMES SQUARE!

The opening of the highly anticipated "The Hunger Games: The Exhibition" debuted with much fanfare on July 1 in New York's Discovery Times Square. Acoustiguide teams in the US and Canada collaborated with Lionsgate and its partners Imagine Exhibitions and Thinkwell Group to bring an integrated mobile experience that immerses visitors into the world of Panem as depicted in the blockbuster films. […]

30
April
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MISS DIOR EXHIBITION: THE MAGIC HAPPENS AGAIN, IN BEIJING

Last night, the who's who of fashion and celebrity in China, descended upon the Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art in Beijing for the opening of the Dior exhibition. After a busy few days by an International team, Acoustiguide was ️front and center with our Custom App and Acoustiguide Smart solutions presenting a bilingual audio tour to accompany the exhibition. […]

16
April
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…MUSEUMS AND THE WEB 2015 TOP 5 TAKE-AWAYS

1) Beacons, Beacons, Beacons everywhere: How accurate is accurate enough? We really liked this presentation, “Wherefore Art Thou ?” for a review of the basics: what works and what doesn’t work, how different kinds of beacons perform, and recommendations for an optimal experience… One of our favorite tidbits of wisdom came from Matthew Tarr, Senior Interactive Designer at American Museum of Natural History. He pointed out that one of the problems with a location awareness-based visit is you sometimes miss out on the serendipitous. […]