Inniskillings Museum, Ireland
We were commissioned to design a number of software interactives and supply and install their associated Touchscreen kiosk systems.
We recently completed a mixed hardware and software project for The Inniskillings Regimental Museum in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland. Enniskillen Castle Keep currently houses The Royal Inniskillings Fusiliers Regimental Museum, which is to be expanded to include the history of the 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards and their successors to be represented in the museum, thereby telling the unique story of two regiments raised in one town and bearing its name in their title. The new improved museum layout has been designed by specialists from The National Army Museum and meets all the requirements of a modern military museum.
Audio Visual Installation
We were commissioned to design a number of software interactives and supply and install their associated Touchscreen kiosk systems. Our in-house creative team produced new interactives on World War One, The Evolution of the Tank and the Battle of S’Hertogenbosch. The programmers and graphic designers were knee deep in images of tanks, tactical maps and WW1 material, whilst the film crew worked with a team of historical interpreters (aka the “Khaki Chums”) at a re-creation of a period trench system to film Hi-Def material for a Battle of the Somme interactive at the museum. They also produced a stunning animation of the Inniskilling flag, with background “ghost” images from the film interactives. It’s really very hard to tell that the flag movement in the wind was animated.
One Stop Solution
This project is an excellent illustration of the full breadth of the services we offer. We supplied and installed a wide range of audio-visual hardware. Our media team created stunning interactives, filmed challenging documentaries, edited and re-dubbed audio tracks and ensured the hardware and software worked together seamlessly.