Create flexibility for your visitors by enabling them to access your collection on their mobile devices. Support for a range of multi-media options; custom maps; iBeacons; multi-lingual content which will enrich your visitors experience of your museum or gallery, indoors and out. GPS-enabled maps can also be added for outdoor points of interest. Use proximity beacons indoors to create a interactive experience for your visitors as they move within the museum. OnCell provides a unique web app that is updated in real time. Your museum app is never stale; if an exhibit changes or moves, updates to the app are in real time. Provide your visitors with beautiful custom maps, photos, videos, audio, and other opportunities to interact with exhibits at their own pace. OnCell mobile tour apps deliver valuable real-time analytics about your visitors and allow you to create museum visitor surveys for immediate feedback. Remove the burden of keeping museum audio tour equipment on hand by providing cell phone tours. Take advantage of the technology that your visitors are already carrying.
Engage your visitors with the leading mobile app platform for the tourism, culture, and heritage sector. My Tours has dramatically improved our tour offerings, making it possible to produce excellent tours quickly, with far fewer resources. The walking tours are helping people of Victoria to discover the history of the place that they live. The app has also helped us reach new audiences and interact with people in a different way. Upload images, audio, text and map info to our web-based tour builder. Then add features — 18 different languages, GPS-triggered alerts, custom maps, and more. Could it be more simple? Why My Tours? Your own custom branded app. Content services: from planning, to production, to uploading, we help you get it done.
Learn how the Shipwreck Alley App was created and how it is helping the museum meet accessibility guidelines. The mobile app tour would allow guests to take a self guided tour. The Shipwreck Alley App offers guests a self-guided tour of the Shipwreck museum as well as a GPS triggered outdoor tour on their glass bottom boat. The vision for creating an app grew out of the desire to make their museum and boat tour accessible for people who are visually impaired. The goal was to make the museum and boat tour a self-guided and independent experience for all guests. After much research, the Marine Sanctuary liked the Tour Buddy App because they input their own content into the easy to use App Builder and they could integrate the app with ibeacons. The ibeacons would make it possible for guests to be notified when they are in a particular section of the museum and hear audio about that section. With several tours in the app not only of the Sparks Hertiage Museum and the city of Sparks, NV, visitors and residents alike and relive the rich history of Sparks, NV. They can also view vintage photos to compare the past and present in real-time. Six nationally registered historic buildings are featured on the tour.
How many beacons will I need in my space? How do we create tours? Does the visitor pay to download our app? We had a wonderful time in Des Moines: the weather was beautiful a nice getaway from the storms we were having in Chicago! We had an inspiring and productive week at the Museums and the Web Annual Conference hosted in Cleveland this past weekend. Our itinerary this year was jam-packed: we were in the Mobile apps in museums should serve two groups of people: the visitor using the app and the museum providing it.
Often these people provide an unforgettable experience for visitors. Their stories and familiarity with ob Here in Chicago, we had a great time releasing the Recap: Museums and the Web in Cleveland. We have been passionate about sharing stories and connecting with visitors since Encurate began, and now, more than ever, we see how important it is t You can still be their favorite, even from a safe social distance! An expert answers questions about social media! Make all visitors feel welcome with mobile features.
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