Gallery to play_3D tour webpage presentation

Main focus of “Gallery to play” is providing an interactive, playful cultural environment. “Gallery to play” generously opens a historical building (preserved as a cultural heritage) to children to interact with. Therefor this cultural project needs web presentation that – in order to present what the visitors can expect – is also significant by the possibility to interact, by its playfulness and orientation on visitor’s (when possible: all senses) experience.

Because of this we developed web pages where the most important part of information is connected with the central 3D image. When you enter the webpage of our exposition, you can wander through the space, listen to the soundscape of the exposition and stop by various activities and point of interests. Each of them is accompanied with short text, picture or a video which enables you learn more about it (if you’re interested). The web presentation – in fact – illustrates the experience you can expect by visiting the real expositions by photo, sound, video, text and movement.

Every year we open 3 – 4 interactive exposition projects. Each of them we treat with its own web presentation because we want our potential visitors to be able to explore the variety of expositions we have in moment to offer (the presentations of the previous expositions are also visible in the gallery’s archive). This demanded developing an universal and flexible tool which can be adopted on many various expositions easily. Therefore this tool can be used for needs of presentations of galleries, museums and various monuments and places of interest generally.

Strong visual communication and interactivity are mighty tools for every museum and gallery these days.

“The richer exposition and environments we developed, the harder was for me the question of its web presentation,” says the Director of Sladovna, Gallery to play, Tereza Dobiasova, “I was always unable to choose just one picture and a short text which would capture the essence of what we did and show the audience what they can really expect from it. This tool makes me sure we’re offering a complex, yet simple, and playful presentation which communicates well with both adults as well as children.”

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