All Submissions

  • Games & Interactive experiences

    Karlien Metz

    The resistance staged a spectacular operation in Amsterdam in 1943: an attack on the Registry Office. Visitors can experience this operation 75 years later at the Dutch Resistance Museum as part of the interactive exhibition Risk of Explosion! The exhibition has an extraordinary design that combines various media, such as a 3D audio tour with soundscapes, life-size graphic drawings, animated images and various interactive elements. These media enhance the experience of the exhibition and make this important and moving story from Dutch history accessible to a broad audience, especially the main target group of young people between the ages of 15 and 25. Visitors to the exhibitio…

  • Games & Interactive experiences

    Wille Brusse

    Studio Louter has developed the world's first Augmented Reality tour with ARKit for the Philips Museum in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The Philips Design Tour takes the visitor along nine challenges where he or she can walk around freely to discover the heritage of Philips design. Since 1891 Dutch and European households make use of the iconic Philips products and thanks to the Tour the visitor can step into the history of everyday life and experience the past in a unique way.

  • Games & Interactive experiences

    Karolien Horckmans

    In the 19th century, the United Kingdom of the Netherlands experienced an unprecedented wave of poverty. The Society of Benevolence was established as a direct effort to tackle this wave. The society founded 7 agricultural Colonies within 7 years. Tens of thousands of poverty-stricken individuals were forced to work here under a strict regime. Hard work and fresh air was meant to make better people of them and return them to the straight and narrow path. In 1993, the Belgian vagrancy law was suddenly abolished. Since then, being poor is no longer punishable. The Wortel and Merksplas Colonies fell into disuse. This resulted in a unique 1000ha piece of landscape being freed up that …

  • Games & Interactive experiences

    Tinker imagineers

    The Pannerden Fortress, located furthest east on the famous New Dutch Water Line, is not taken lightly. That’s its charm, it is waiting to be discovered. Starting with the journey out – on foot, by bicycle or across the water – through unspoilt nature. Once you’re inside, the gigantic fortress opens up to you, with its endless corridors and secret stories. Tinker came up with an overall concept for experiencing the Pannerden Fortress. A new identity, with four different adventurous tracks, challenging visitors to battle the elements. One of the four adventurous tracks, challenging visitors to battle the elements, is Elements – The Real-Life Game. A unique game, truly one of a kind. It’s …

  • Film & Video

    Leonardo Leckie

    The historic centre of Florence, one of the most important cultural cities of Italy, is visited by millions of people every year. Mass-tourism and overcrowding threatens the very fabric of the city and its many cultural treasures. Produced by six students, this documentary film is an interdisciplinary project that seeks to communicate heritage values by exploring current conservation challenges. It includes interviews with key figures from the Florence municipality and UNESCO with a special focus on the Vasari frescos of Michelozzo’s courtyard in the Palazzo Vecchio.