We offer the know-how for the application of interactive media to convey content in the exhibition area. We program defined or randomly generated dramaturgies with interactive parts and implement games on touch screens.
The combination of physical and mechanical objects with digital components or RFID embeddings and virtual reality applications constitute an additional field of services offered by us. We employ this combination, for example, on three-dimensional models or reliefs with video mappings and show programming.
We also program content management systems for easy filling in and updating of information. To this end we have developed in-house software administration solutions as well as a remote maintenance system, which allows us to perform content adaptions and error corrections fast and efficiently. So we can react quickly and keep the costs low.
We also specialise in the programming of complete control systems for the automatic switching on and off of all the equipment in the exhibition.
Our knowledge and many years of practical experience in content and post-production make our expertise in programming complete; thus enabling us to coordinate and balance the different elements and create convincing media stations.
The visitors navigate the project with a mechanical hand wheel, moving the timeline forward and backward in order to experience the subsequent contraction and expansion of the glacier.
All games ported to Linux for quick and easy access. The network-based games are accessed via a Linux server.
Programming of the entire application for the operation of the tablets and the touch-screen stele, as well as for the frontend and backend of the administrators.
Interaction design, graphics and programming for the media-based core of the ex-hibition: an interactive quiz game station consisting of nine 55″ screens and a touch screen.
The 84” multi-touch screen shows the Oetzi in its full size. The digital Oetzi shares the latest research results with several users simultaneously.
Programming of a manipulated photo booth, which not only prints portrait photos, but also designs them in the style of Andy Warhols "Maja" (Portrait of Maja Sacher-Stehlin) from 1980.