Digital cultural resources should be available not only to the inner circle of specialists but to the widest possible audience. To do so, the tools used to share digital heritage must be attractive and accessible for all, and the use of digitised resources should be intuitive and enjoyable. Digitalisation also means sharing collections in a way which will engage and encourage visitors to use virtual resources.
We comprehensively support the process of digitisation – from the stage of processing the analogue content into the digital form, to retouching materials, and finally to sharing and promoting them online. We create virtual catalogues of museum collections, libraries and archives, and provide responsive websites and dedicated content management systems (CMS) and software.
Digitalisation is not only creating digital representations of material objects but also documenting intangible cultural heritage, for example, recording testimonies of witnesses to important events. It also consists of digital retouching of archival audiovisual materials.
Thanks to our documentary films, visitors to the Emigration Museum in Gdynia can listen to almost 200 poignant stories of people who for various reasons had to leave the country and those who visit Cricoteka in Kraków can watch almost 400 minutes of retouched and edited video materials.
The Station Museum in Warsaw is going to have ca. 4,000 objects of historic significance related to railways digitised by us.
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.
The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk will soon develop a new branch. The Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew is planned to be opened in the summer of 2016.
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.