Museum exhibits & educational displays
From interactive floors and walls, to dynamic video displays and touchscreen kiosks, Lumo Interactive creates digital and HCI display solutions that deliver educational content in an interactive way. We provide custom exhibit design services that include practical back-end tools like content management, so you can keep your content dynamic and up-to-date, giving a longer life to your exhibit investment.
Our competitively priced, scalable service model is designed to work with your budget and goals. We can deliver software, software and hardware, or provide the full installation.
We work with museum and science centre exhibit planners around the world to design meaningful experiences, kiosks, and displays that will last.
Lumo Interactive Inc. developed the capacitive touch sensor controllers for the touch globe, the programming behind the touch screen games, and our interactive display software (Po-motion.com) powers the motion reactive wall projection game. Created in partnership with Belmont Digital and Creative Arts for the Wolfson Children's Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, USA.
The Red Rock Marina Interpretive Centre is located on the shores of the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area. We were responsible for creating digital installations in the centre. Some of our favorites include: The huge motion reactive floor projection showcases a map of the Red Rock area. Animations on the floor are triggered when a person walks over the map. The rippling touch screen pond with information about many beautiful 3D fish from Lake Superior region. The cuesta exhibit demonstrates how a cuesta is formed through an educational animated video. The signature piece is the submarine experience. The submarine surrounds you with 8 TV screens and takes you on a ride into the deep waters of Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area. The project was part of a major museum reconstruction of the newly completed green building. Created in partnership with S. Dangerfield Interpretive Planning.
Created for the Manitoba Children's Museum. Children color an egg on a piece of paper, add it to the exhibit, and choose where their egg will hatch. Hatched animals are interactive and use children's artwork as a texture, so they know which animal is theirs.