1. Tove Jansson at Dulwich Picture Gallery tour

    Dulwich Picture Gallery, London:
    Tove Jansson 1914-2001

    The first UK retrospective on the work of Tove Jansson and key stages of her life was supported by a multimedia guide created by Imagineear. Challenge World-famous as the creator of the Moomin characters and books, Tove Jansson is not known outside her native Finland for her talent as graphic illustrator, painter, cartoonist and novelist, […]

  2. Catharijn Convent

    Catharijne Convent, The Netherlands

    Eleven Dutch churches and two synagogues, together with the Catharijne Convent Museum, joined forces in an unusual project provocatively named Het Grootste Museum van Nederland – The Largest Museum of the Netherlands because of the volume of fine art housed. Challenge To provide a multimedia visitor tour in ten of these important religious monuments, scattered […]

  3. Europalia

    Bozar: Europalia Indonesia, Brussels

    Each Europalia invites adventurous arts lovers to discover the history and culture of a different country.  The 2017/18 Festival focuses Indonesia. Key components of the Festival are exhibitions held at Bozar: Ancestors & Rituals examines ancestor worship; Power and Other Things is an art journey through Indonesia’s turbulent history from Dutch colony to the present. […]

  4. The Royal Observatory Greenwich, London

    Globally-famous, the Royal Observatory Greenwich is the home of the Prime Meridian of the World – Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and attracts over 3/4 million visitors a year from the UK and overseas. Challenge The existing multimedia tour conveys complex subject matter and high usage rates. The visitor route requires flexibility as it sometimes needs […]

  5. The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) Matisse Diebenkorn Exhibition

    This art museum houses an internationally renowned collection of historic, modern and contemporary art. Challenge The BMA team were keen to produce their own interpretive multimedia tours and wanted technology that would offer optimum capability. The first opportunity to debut a new choice of devices was the pairing of over 90 paintings and drawings by […]

  6. Mauritshuis, The Hague

    This world-famous art museum is home to Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring and View of Delft; Carel Fabritius’s The Goldfinch; and Rembrandt’s The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp, to name a few examples. Challenge To source a robust device to support multimedia tours for the museum’s permanent collection tours and, also, for use […]

  7. Dolls’ House Kids Tour
    Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem

    Besides being home to the most extensive collection of work of Frans Hals’ paintings, this museum contains the magnificent dolls’ house that belonged to 18th century art collector Sara Rothé.  This small-scale replica of an Amsterdam merchant’s house of the period is home to about 1,000 miniature household objects and furnishings and is particularly popular […]

  8. Dulwich Picture Gallery, London

    Founded in 1811, Dulwich Picture Gallery is the world’s first purpose-built public art gallery. Today, alongside its Permanent Collection of Baroque masterpieces, the Gallery is a vibrant cultural hub hosting some of the UK’s leading exhibitions, and stages a wide-ranging programme of public events, practical art and community engagement. Challenge For both its permanent and […]