A video showcasing the traveling exhibition The Science of Rock ‘N’ Roll in the Ontario Science Centre, October 2014.
EDMSTUDIO creates software for museums. From feature exhibits to networked interactives that span entire galleries, EDM is always looking for ways to increase engagement by way of compelling digital experiences.
“The EDM team is friendly, professional, highly competent technically, and as I personally witnessed in that critical time bracketing the public opening, singularly dedicated to ensuring a positive visitor experience. I would recommend EDM unconditionally for any serious museum software interactive project. ”
“We appreciated the time EDM put into researching the technology required to build this [augmented reality] game - and the science behind what we wanted to communicate. We were impressed by EDM's commitment … and believe that by working with them we [were] able to offer a truly unique experience in our education program.”
“I would classify EDM as one of my better clients as they were demanding, clearly outlined what they needed and were realistic in their expectations - a combination rarely found in the production industry.”
“The kids created at least a dozen videos at the different music exhibits - the Science of Rock and Roll was one of the highlights of our visit to Kansas City!”
“The majority of our historic sites and museums are in remote areas of the province. Knowing EDMs technical team can dial in remotely from anywhere in the world, I've never felt more confident in ongoing and quick technical support for one of our displays. ”
Blog by Darran Edmundson, June 3, 2012
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