Digital museum

The museum of the 21st century involves its visitors into the circle of knowledge sharing by providing completely new experiences.

We design new technology based museum projects based on the studdy and analysis of best practices. Not only theoretically: we collaborate with real museums developing solutions tailored for their specific needs.

Our work spans from problem definition to production: transforming all interdsciplinary theories into practice.

Jewish heritage - DIMU 2013-2014

In this year by the Digital Museum course our partner was the Hungarian Jewish Archives.

Most of the time people say, archives are only buildings where we collect dusty and almost dead and useless documents and there only professionals and experts are able to find interesting things and stories. Now, our studendts wanted to change this suppositions. They were searching and interpreting topics such us: a family film from a wedding ceremony, a forgotten cemetery in a beautiful part of Budapest, and a Jewish gastronomiy.   



WEÖRES100 - Words stirred




WEÖRES100 exhibition at PIM  (19.06.2013. - 01.06.2014.)


At Weöres 100 - Words stirred exhibition of Petőfi Literary Museum, visitors may experience poetry in a new way, by 11 playful, interactive installations.


Rooftops at Dawn - Literative walk

The literature based interactive walk is created out of the novel titled Rooftops at Dawn written by the celebrated Hungarian author, Géza Ottlik. The experience guides the user through the city as the plot unfolds on locations where it actually takes place. In between parts of the story collection of archive videos, photographs, articles presented in theme based multimedia galleries help evoke the era.


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Liszt Series in the Palace of Arts

2011 is the 200th anniversary of the birth of the great musician and pianist Ferenc Liszt. The Hungarian Palace of Arts is giving several tributes through the whole year for this occasion. As we are taking part in the project, instead of revisiting the well known facts and pieces from the master we were focusing on the actual experiments one can feel while listening to a musical piece or getting detailed and comparable information on an interesting artist. Thus we ended up with the Reactive score: people are invited to read and control the score while listening to the corresponding piece of music. Also a visualization project (Journeys of Liszt) is helping understand the great amount of physical movements Liszt made in his time: he travelled incredibly large distances via short periods of time. The two interactive installations are using cutting edge technology (multitouch screen, radio frequency identification sensors) to create unique experience for the visitors.


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