Over the last few years, new cultural institutions, science centres, spectacular buildings and new exhibition premises have been created. The more and more popular concept of the narrative museum has allowed for the creation of institutions devoted to specific topics, ideas or events. A contemporary museum is not necessarily a place associated with traditionally understood collections. New technologies have become an integral part of museums and changed their character. And as far as new ways of presenting content are concerned, we know almost everything about them!
What distinguishes narrative museums is their strong appeal to emotions and sensual experience. By using spatial and artistic design and proper lighting we create experiences consistent with the idea which the exhibition is to convey. We are engaged in the selection and delivery of multimedia equipment, lighting and sound systems. We develop multimedia applications and interactive educational games, 2D and 3D animations, videos, multimedia projections and mapping from the very beginning to the finished product. We support the process of digitalisation by providing effective tools for creating digital representations of objects and making them available online. We help to process digitised materials into educational tools, attractive both in their form and content.
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.
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 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.