GuidiGO, the leading storytelling platform for creating next generation guided tours on mobile and wearable devices, partners with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, to offer the first-ever tour of a complete exhibition on Glass.
To make this stunning experience possible, the team at the Fine Arts Museums selected the new version of GuidiGO Studio that now integrates beacons/ Bluetooth LE technology and Augmented Reality effects. The Fine Arts Museums also partnered with Antenna InternationalTM who produced the content using the GuidiGO platform.
Glass Explorers, you can experience the new exhibition Keith Haring: The Political Line through Glass at the de Young Museum December 2nd through February 16th. GuidiGO has created a phenomenal tour featuring 19 pieces from the exhibition, all with additional content by Antenna InternationalTM delivered through Glass.
In a few months, we will release a redesigned version of our iPhone app. This new app will also be more simple to use with easy and straightforward navigation. It will make the best out of iOS aesthetics, using translucency and depth of space.
We can’t wait to announce the release of this version! In the meantime, here is a small insight to give you a taste…
A new feature coming to GuidiGO Studio… It will provide multi-functional benefits, which include indoor positioning and the ability for users to see some content popup automatically when they come close to a stop or an artwork. We’ll keep you updated!
GuidiGO has released the first and only Google certified Glassware designed specifically for Museums and cultural institutions.
Upon arrival at a museum or cultural site visitors can start an immersive visit by saying the command “OK Glass, start a tour.” Several museums in the US and UK have already begun preparing their content for Glass thanks to GuidiGO Studio, to offer their visitors a new compelling experience. This easy-to-use online editor enables the creation of guided tours with audio, video and images, before publishing them to Glass in just 1-click.
You may have noticed the new black tab that just appeared on GuidiGO Studio… If you’re a Glass Explorer, this new tab gives you access to the QR code of your tour. Just scan it, and you’ll be able to test your tour inside the GuidiGO glassware!
Audio guides have dominated museum enjoyment and education since they were first introduced in 1952. GuidiGO for Glass marks a major technological breakthrough and will be the turning point for visitor experience in museums and cultural sites. Google just announced that it has selected GuidiGO for its Glass at Work program. Museums and cultural institutions…
Audio guides mark a turning point in the museum sector and have served to enrich visitors’ experience since its invention. Thanks to this device, pertinent and interesting information can be communicated to the museum visitor. What’s more, instead of grouping up around a single tour guide, visitors have total control and the freedom to choose…