Interactive Exhibit Design
We have designed a wide range of interactive exhibits for museums, working with our graphic design associates Querceus Design. We specialise in fully-electronic interactives with few moving parts, for low maintenance. Where possible we use LED lighting to avoid lamp replacement. A wide range of interactive techniques are available, from push buttons and fixed lamps, to touch-screens, projection, sound and video playback, proximity sensing and more.
It is often best to custom-design the electronics behind the interactive exhibit as this can give the best operation. We offer a speedy design and build service to create and fabricate the exhibit.
This module can be programmed to switch up to 24 LEDs from up to 24 push buttons. Multiple units can be linked using a serial data link for more controls. It can also control the audio module.
The module is programmed using C or assembly language. We can provide the software to operate to your specification if required.
Audio playback module
This module provides digital playback of audio and may be triggered either by up to 8 switches, or by the universal module. Audio is stored as MP3 files on a compact flash card which may be downloaded from a PC using a USB cable. Fully digital, no moving parts.
Audio record and playback module
For interactive audio, this module can record a user's voice and then instantly play it back. Fully digital, no moving parts to wear out. Up to 180 seconds of audio record/playback.
Interactive exhibit renovation / repair
Using our pre-designed modules, we can often renovate or repair worn out and non-functional interactive exhibits at a fraction of the cost of replacement.
Please contact us for more details about these products.