Earlier this year I designed and developed two pieces of touch screen interactive software on behalf of The Workhaus, for a new visitor centre for Jordans Cereals.
My latest work is for a brand new visitor experience in York Minster’s Undercroft, called Revealing York Minster.
Historic Gwynedd (installed in Caernarfon, Wales) allows visitors to view a short, animated sequence about the History of Gwynedd, in either English or Welsh.
Working on behalf of Mather & Co, I’ve been privileged to be part of the team that has recently delivered the Richard III temporary exhibition at the Guildhall in Leicester.
Last month saw the launch of a new website for the National Museum of the Royal Navy, which was designed and developed by Halo Media. Working in partnership with Maytom Associates, we project managed the development of the new website on behalf of the Museum.
The Interactive Explorer software details the history of Lancaster Priory’s Pipe Organ Project, including timelapse footage and panoramic photography, a mini history of pipe organs, and a client-updateable photo and video archive and forthcoming events calendar. The central feature of the software is the animated organ, an interactive and playable virtual pipe organ, that shows the inner workings in both two and three dimensions.
This summer has seen me working almost exclusively on a new exhibition for the National Museum of the Royal Navy. Bones of Oak and Iron tells the continuing story of HMS Victory’s conservation and restoration from the time she was built in 1759, through war and peace, to her current and future state.
In addition to working on the overall concept for the exhibition and media (including projected and audio installations), my primary role was the design, development and on-site installation of a suite of touch screen interactives.
Working with ay-pe, the New Year has seen its first software development, a touch screen, mini interactive for Wrexham Museums.
Today sees Sir David Attenborough open a new £6m visitor centre at Creswell Crags, home to Britain’s only known Ice Age rock art.
I recently completed two touch screen interactives for the centre; one in high defintion, the other a dual screen interactive.
Last night I attended the official opening of the new Silver and Metals Gallery at The Bowes Museum.
The reception was held in the spacious Picture Gallery, although there wasn’t much room to move as more and more guests arrived to hear a presenter from the Antiques Roadshow speak and open the new Gallery.
Yesterday, the renovated and refurbished Tithe Barn at St Mary’s Priory Church, Abergavenny, was opened by HRH Prince Charles, and now houses a modern, interactive exhibition area.
I developed three touch screen interactives for the Tithe Barn, which offer a combination of story-telling, 3D reconstruction and video interviews.