Thu, Sep 13, 2018

5 Interactive Museum Experiences to Engage With Visitors

5 Interactive Museum Experiences to Engage With Visitors

Gone are the days when cutting-edge technology was limited to big institutions with deep pockets. Now, even small structures and project managers can unlock a world of possibilities, effortlessly envisioning and crafting immersive interactions for their visitors. Join us as we delve into real-life projects, powered by the user-friendly PandaSuite, where creativity knows no bounds and coding is a thing of the past. Get ready to be amazed!

Osorkon II interactive display


The Louvre created a model of the Egyptian statue of King Osorkon II to make it easier to handle and to help visitors read the hieroglyphic inscriptions on its base. A tactile kiosk located next to the statue is available to all visitors.

Multimedia kiosks to attract visitors

Digital content and mobile equipment attract visitors. That’s why the North Carolina Museum of Art decided to create a multimedia space within their exhibition “You are here: Light, Color, and Sound Experiences” and to share audio and video that complemented the visit. The space was a big success and gave them lots of new ideas for the future.


Scan and discover Peter Knapp’s world

La Cité de la Mode et du Design and Fixioneers studio bet on image recognition’s ability to help facilitate cultural outreach. Visitors were able to use the exposition’s mobile app to scan photos and access content related to the images: voice recordings, informative texts, additional photos…

Beacon technology driving the Blumenfeld exhibit

A mix of guided visit, audioguide and enriched catalog, the Blumenfeld app lets visitors roam the exhibit space and discover more than 200 images, videos, and other pieces of interactive content associated with the rooms in which they find themselves. The Cité de la Mode et du Design installed Beacon sensors in the different areas of the exhibit.


Explore the Louvre’s most beautiful paintings

The result of a partnership between RMN and PandaSuite, Louvrissime lets you better understand the Louvre’s paintings. Popular with schools, it shows details on every work through a clean, interactive and pedagogical interface.


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