To look at the world around us through the eyes of a child once in a while is invaluable. We can recall that thirst for knowledge and free our imagination. The resulting space designs are stunning in form and engaging in content, with the feel of a playground more than that of an exhibition. Today, a visit to a museum, gallery or science centre does not have to be boring. Thanks to interactive games learning can be successfully combined with having fun and gaining new skills and experience.
We produce engaging educational games tailored to the theme of the exhibition and dedicated for different age groups – from the youngest to the adult audience. We start the design process with the choice of solutions, set of rules and level of difficulty for subsequent tasks and respective prizes. Next step is preparing the graphic design, testing and finally implementing the application.
Our projects are based on the knowledge of the game mechanics and gamification processes. We understand that behind a real commitment lies the pleasure from playing and satisfaction from tackling the next challenge. Each game must have its purpose and clear rules. The purpose of educational games is learning through entertainment.
We make interactive games:
The Żywiec Brewery Museum just got a multimedia makeover. In November 2015, we signed an agreement with Żywiec Group S.A. concerning the revitalisation of the Archduke Brewery Museum, established in 2006, and our role in the modernisation of the space and equipment of the permanent exhibition.
How did water come to be in our universe? What are its properties? Answers to these and many other questions are provided by a multimedia exhibition at the Centre for Environmental Education HYDROPOLIS in Wrocław.
The Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk is one of the most anticipated museum projects in Poland. We have prepared all multimedia elements that will appear in the main exhibition.
By the end of this year, the Old Theatre in Kraków will open its Interactive Centre for Theatre Education Museum (MICET).
Energy Science Centre is a place where science and fun go hand in hand and educational meetings inspire creative experiments. The main theme of the Centre is energy, e.g. ways of generating energy and its practical application.
The first Polish museum dedicated to stories of emigration from the Polish territories. New Amsterdam prepared the design and implemented multimedia elements for the main exhibition.
A museum dedicated to prisoners of the German prisoner-of-war camp Stalag IB Hohenstein was opened in Olsztynek.
The underground complex of the Main Market Square in Kraków, besides being a unique on a European scale archaeological reserve, conceals one of the most impressive exhibitions in Poland – and we boast to be its co-authors.
The Polish Aviation Museum in Kraków is located at one of the oldest European airfields. Its collection of aircraft from the First World War is unique worldwide. Permanent exhibition Wings of the Great War, which we worked on, is dedicated to those machines.
For the Municipal Cultural Centre in Bełchatów, we created the entirely new, first multimedia exposition in Poland on coal and electricity.
We have developed the entire visual concept and all multimedia elements of the O Obrotach [On the Revolutions] exhibition at the Innovation Centre Mill of Knowledge in Toruń.
Museum of Intercultural Dialogue is the newest and the most multimedia-oriented branch of the National Museum in Kielce. We contributed to that project by providing complete multimedia equipment for the main exhibition.
The Open-Air Mining Museum at the former Queen Louise Drift in Zabrze opened a new, underground tourist-educational route available to the public. New Amsterdam took care of the equipment delivery and installation, interactive multimedia presentations, as well as overall design of the space of the old mine workings.
We prepared content for multimedia stations which supplemented the underground exhibition in the historic Guido Mine at the Coal Mining Museum in Zabrze.
T-Mobile Showroom in Warsaw was designed by us so as to fill the space not only with magenta colour, trademark for the brand, but mostly with interactive multi-touch applications.
The new premises of the European Solidarity Centre (ECS) located at the Gdańsk Shipyard were opened in August 2014, marking the 25th anniversary of regaining freedom and the 34th anniversary of the signing of the August Agreements.
For the BOSCH and Siemens showroom in Warsaw, we have prepared three unconventional applications, presenting company’s products and history of the brand.