Create the ultimate, interactive experience for your visitors
Lots of people still associate a museum or exhibition with a slightly old-fashioned image. But museums do not have to be boring at all. By presenting valuable, existing content in a contemporary way, they can become attractive to young and old visitors.
Every museum owns photographs, documents, letters, books... - in short: all kinds of valuable content. Young people in particular often find this 'boring'. However, state-of-the-art digital technology makes it possible to really involve people in the theme of your exhibition.
Through games, apps, touchscreens, interactive maps, … you can let visitors relive a historical fact, they take part in a quiz or compete against each other in an educational game. The possibilities are endless.
Thanks to the versatility of software and hardware, the application possibilities are numerous: why not adapt the installation to the age or level of knowledge of the visitor in question and introduce different storylines?
Such an interactive experience is completely tailor-made for your museum. We start from the story you want to tell and the material that is already available. It provides the perfect mix of information, inspiration and entertainment. This turns your museum or exhibition into a must-visit!
Discover our interactive experience in Het Steen
Foto's door Sanne De Block en Joshua D'hondt
References of museums
At the Migration Museum in Brussels, we gave an extra dimension to the permanent exhibition by projecting on canvases. The combination of audio, projection and touching content made it seem as if you were inside the shipwreck yourself.
Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
We were part of the design team responsible for the renovation of the KMSKA. Ocular designed all multimedia elements and also did the engineering.
Museum Het Steen
An interactive experience pathway for young and old where we used the latest technologies while still respecting the authentic elements.
Museum - National Bank of Belgium
The Museum of the National Bank of Belgium showcases the history of money and economics, and the role of central banks through videos, multimedia and games.