In the Press

Here is a small excerpt from the news coverage of GuidiGO in the press and on the web:

January, 2017

  • The News Herald

    Augmented reality adds dimension to art at DIA
    “There’s a new way to see the Detroit Institute of Arts and it’s so cool it brought a teacher to tears.”
    Read article

  • The Economist

    Futurism: museums and technology
    “Google, the technology’s creator, predicts that museums across the world will follow in Detroit’s footsteps. Centuries-old artworks and the smartphone generation look set to converge.”
    Read article

  • Geek

    Detroit Institute of Arts Enriches Museum Experience with Google Tango
    “The Lumin tour really does provide a unique experience that you won’t find anywhere else ”
    Read article

  • Fortune

    Google Wants To Give Museum Visitors A Pokémon Go-Like Experience
    “Instead of seeing digital monsters appear on the phone’s screens when people look at an exhibit, people will get something a bit more educational.”
    Read article

  • Tom’s Hardware

    Google’s Project Tango Heads To The Detroit Institute Of Arts
    ” Visitors will now be able to pull out their phones to examine skeletons, view restored versions of ancient tablets, and interact with Mesopotamian cylinder seals, among other things.”
    Read article

  • CNET

    Google’s project Tango AR lets museum visitors delve deeper
    “How about using an AR overlay to peer beneath a mummy’s sarcophagus and even its bandages like you were examining it under X-ray?”
    Read article

  • Venture Beat

    Google opens Tango augmented reality platform to museums, starting with Detroit Institute of Arts
    “The DIA has teamed up with GuidiGo, a publishing platform specifically for creating guided tours on mobile devices — and a company that has embraced Tango in the past.”
    Read article

  • Tech Crunch

    A Detroit art museum is leveraging Google Tango for an AR history lesson
    “The DIA exhibit leverages the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro to offer so contextual aesthetic extras to the museum’s historical displays, making history, you know, come alive.”
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  • Hyperallergic

    More Screens, More Knowledge: Testing the Detroit Institute of Arts’ New Augmented Reality App
    “The bigger part of me is pleased to see the DIA take such a step in drawing this place of hallowed antiquity into a bright and ever-changing future.”
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October, 2016

  • Notts TV

    “Nottingham launching self-guided walking trail of city tourist attractions”
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August, 2016

  • MIT Technology Review

    “The Next Must-Have Smartphone Feature”
    Read article

July, 2016

  • Ayrshire Post

    “Kirkyard back from the dead”
    Read article

June, 2016

  • Tom’s Guide

    “Lenovo’s First Project Tango Phone Is An Augmented Reality Monster”
    Read article

  • Ubergizmo

    “Lenovo PHAB2 Pro: World’s First Google Tango Phone”
    Read article

  • BGR

    “The 6 most exciting things unveiled at Lenovo’s big event”
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  • Press Insider Daily

    “Lenovo Tech World 2016: Big announcements”
    Read article

February, 2016

  • Tom’s Guide

    “How Google’s Project Tango Won Me Over with AR and Art”
    Read article

  • Digital Trends

    “Digital Trends Top Tech of MWC 2016 award winners”
    Read article

  • Slash Gear

    “How Lenovo and Project Tango will reinvent your smartphone”
    Read article

  • Digital Trends

    “Touring a museum with Project Tango is an empowering glimpse into the future”
    Read article

  • CNET

    “Project Tango could come to a museum near you”
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  • Absolute Geeks

    “Project Tango hands-on with Lenovo”
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  • BGR

    “Lenovo and Google are about to blow the lid off digital indoor mapping”
    Read article

  • The Verge

    “Google just showed me the future of indoor navigation”
    Read article – (and watch GuidiGO app at work in the video!)

  • PC Mag

    “A Night at the Museum With Project Tango”
    Read article

  • Repubblica (Italia)

    “Project Tango, lo smartphone che cambierà la nostra vita”
    Read article

December, 2015

  • BrainXchange

    ““Other Industry” Use Cases of Wearables in the Enterprise, Part 2”
    Read article

  • TeamWorks Media

    “Digital Tours: Limitless Possibilities for the Museum World”
    Read article

June, 2015

  • JackRouse.com

    “Trendswatch Report 2015 – Trend 5: Wearing the Future”
    Read article

April, 2015

  • Frenchculture.org

    “GuidiGO: Introducing a new museum-going experience at Atlanta 2015 MuseumExpo”
    Read article

February, 2015

  • Betakit.com

    “Disrupting art with wearable technology”
    Read article

January, 2015

  • Wall Street Journal

    “Google Glass Gets a New Direction”
    Read article

  • Phys.org

    “Google Glass, apps and interactive exhibits change the museum-going experience”
    Read article

December, 2014

  • SlashGear

    “Google Glass is still around, so says Google”
    Read article

  • Glass Almanac

    “San Francisco Museum is First to Offer Google Glass-Powered Art Exhibit”
    Read article

  • übergizmo

    “GuidiGO Powers First in-Gallery Tour on Google Glass at De Young Museum”
    Read article

August, 2014

  • The Independent Voyager

    “6 apps for Travel”
    Read article

  • wheretraveler.com

    “9 Travel Apps for Google Glass”
    Read article

June, 2014

  • Mashable.com

    “Google Glass Could Replace Audio Guides at Some Museums”
    Read article

  • News Ledge

    “These 5 Companies Were Chosen as Google’s First Glass at Work Partners”
    Read article

  • InAVate

    “Museums turn to Google Glass to guide visitors Around”
    Read article

  • USA Today

    “Google unveils Glassware update ahead of I/O”
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  • BBC News

    “Seven Google Glass apps that go beyond the geek”
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