We’re pleased to be providing the audio visual hardware for part of a project at Winchester Museum that will be focused on a model of Winchester with multimedia content.
We’ve recently been producing films for interactive exhibits at Wardown Park Museum, part of Luton Culture, using professional green screen studio facilities. The client provided scripts, actors and costumes; Imagemakers were scriptwriters and executive directors; we planned and directed the shoot.
The Daniel Adamson is a working tug tender, recently restored. The stunning art deco lounge has presented some challenges in the use of technology and part of the answer has been to introduce the Bar Tender, a local Liverpudlian.
Luton’s Wardown Park Museum has been awarded £1.8million from the Heritage Lottery Fund to conserve the building and transform the way its story is told. The work will open up new areas of the building and will give visitors an insight into life above and below stairs in a wealthy family home during the Victorian period.
Many of the projects that we work on are supported by Heritage Lottery Funding and often we are involved at the earliest stages to help put together a persuasive application with specifications for both hardware and software that will help to make any project a success.
Increasingly, we are being asked to provide an integrated turnkey service that includes hardware specification, software design, producing audio visual and film content, and installation on site to ensure your interactive exhibits are ready to go with no hassle.
Headstone Manor is part of Harrow Museum. Built around 1310, it is the earliest surviving timber framed building in Middlesex. It is surrounded by the only surviving filled moat in the county, dating from the14th century.
Some time ago we installed two time lapse cameras at St Martin’s Church in Bilborough, Nottinghamshire capturing the restoration of their unique murals over three months and the life of the church and its ceremonies over a year.
Earlier this year we installed time lapse photography equipment at Newhaven Fort to capture the activities of a resident artist creating a World War II street scene around the theme of VE Day with help from local school children.
The Royal Chelsea Hospital found themselves with a tight deadline to meet, needing some high specification equipment installed to run a film showing life in the newly restored accommodation in the West Wing of the Royal Hospital.