Many museums see a need in audio tours to help their visitors learn about exhibits as much as possible. Inspiring a visitor’s interest in a topic is only half the battle, the rest depends on high quality of an audio tour itself. What matters is not only high quality of sound recording but also well-balanced content, correct speech, proper pronunciation, pleasant voice of a narrator, pace of speech, and many other things.
Now you can discover interesting facts about natural sights of the Beringia National Park with one touch!
In 2016, Maugry, Ltd developed a multimedia exposition Polar Night for the Museum Center Chukotka Heritage. The key elements of the exposition were two polar bear-like animatronic robots.
Specifically for the Eastern Economic Forum 2016 Maugry, Ltd developed a multimedia exposition Polar Night to present Chukotka Autonomous District to forum visitors and tell about the region’s symbol – the polar bear.
Pomorye browser game offered new educational opportunities to the Kem Regional Museum. It became a good addition to the exhibition and enabled visitors to get immersed in the game through authentic historical designs and vivid dialogues of characters
In the hands of a shopper, a smartphone is a store guide, a sales assistant, and an expert in discounts, as long as it has the right app. In December 2015, we finished work on the FreeCard app, which immediately lets you know about sales and offers at the best stores in the city. It is now available to download from the App Store and Google Play.
Online quests with the Maugry app offer you an interactive way to tour a museum. All you need is a smartphone. As the Christmas holidays approach, Kaspersky Academy has asked us to give young programmers a tour around the best sites of the project.