One of the most thrilling features of the GuidiGO platform is without a doubt the possibility to create game tours. Making a tour fun is the best way to engage young visitors as they explore a site.
As tourist season is about to start, version 3 of the GuidiGO app has just been released on the App Store and Google Play. After 18 months of intensive work, we are particularly proud to deliver this totally redesigned app for Android and iOS.
In an effort to adapt to the “new normal,” museums and heritage sites have had to seek out creative solutions; experimenting with and embracing new ways of connecting with their audience remotely…
At a time when traveling has become more difficult, having GuidiGO tours available online for a remote experience makes them even more meaningful. More than 1,000 destinations from around the world are just a couple of clicks away, using a simple web browser. And best of all, they are free.
Throughout the summer, a new Augmented Reality experience created by GuidiGO will be available on iPads at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Texas. The experience presents a virtual model of NASA’s Curiosity Rover in action within a real-life reproduction of a Martian landscape.
GuidiGO AR Composer has been redesigned from the ground up and is now available for iOS. It is specially designed to make it easy for museums and heritage sites to create life-size Augmented Reality experiences anchored in a physical space.
A few days ago, I found myself in Trento, Italy for the launch of Go!Muse – an Augmented Reality app we designed for the MUSE museum. On the day of the launch, over one thousand visitors came with their families to check out the new app. It was the ideal opportunity to confirm that the app would be as magical as we had hoped…
The GuidiGO team has worked on more than 30 augmented reality (AR) experiences for museums over the last 2 years using Google’s AR platform – Tango and now ARCore. One of the main obstacles we’ve had to work around is occlusion…
For the new exhibition “Still & Art”, the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver combines the display of Still’s artworks with digital reproductions of other artists’ works using augmented reality. Using an app designed by GuidiGO, through a partnership with Google and RYOT, the Museum offers the opportunity for visitors to compare and contrast Still’s works with virtual paintings from museums across the world, as if they were also hanging on the gallery walls.
Lumin content was created by the Detroit Institute of Arts’ interpretive team leveraging GuidiGO’s augmented reality platform, AR Composer, built specifically for Tango. A pilot of the device took place January –April 2017. During the pilot evaluators conducted user testing and observations. Here are some of the results.