We were delighted to be asked by Cadw to help them with four touchscreens at Caerleon that been installed by another developer several years ago and were now not working properly.
Our new photo system at The London Bridge Experience was installed in time for Halloween, an important point in the year for a scare attraction. Sales have sales exceeded expectations by a factor of 25%.
Our new photosystem at popular scare attraction, The London Bridge Experience, is now up and running, bringing an extra thrill to visitors in search of spine-tingling entertainment.
It was great to be invited to the launch event at Heritage Quay on the 20th October, a fabulous resource that makes the University of Huddersfield’s collections more accessible to everyone thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Research carried out by Manchester Business School was integral to the development of the interactive wildfire risk tool that was part of a suit of interactive exhibits for Fire Aware.
The Fire Aware development, part of the Peak District's Moors for the Future project has been featured in Fire Times, regularly read by fire service professionals.
Back in June, we introduced the concept of our Gesture Wall which will feature at Heritage Quay, the new home for the University of Huddersfield's Archives and Special Collections.
We’re getting geared up for the AHI conference on 24-26 September in Manchester and planning to showcase ways to put heritage interpretation into practice through technology.
As part of a project to restore St Barrwg’s church supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the church will be used as a community resource as well as for services.