Multimedia Exhibition Centers

Ekspozycje multimedialne muzea i Centra Nauki QumakConcepts of multimedia exhibitions

Multimedia exhibitions are an area offering modern display and multimedia solutions. These are located in futuristic facilities as well as in adapted spaces coming straight from the industrial era. They enable realizing educational scenarios while taking a rest and having fun.

 

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We realized the biggest multimedia exhibitions in the country, e.g. a prestigious project for the European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk where within the area of over 3 thousand sq. meters there are 1 600 objects.

 

Multimedia exhibitions are more and more often used by companies and corporations. They apply them as a tool to build their brand and engage in a dialogue with consumers.

 

Applying interactive displays

 

Another area of using multimedia exhibitions are airports, railway stations, stadiums, and shopping malls, where we can see more often interactive large format and mapping displays, stands for play for children equipped with kinetic sensors, multimedia stands for presentation and information, interactive posters, hot-spots. Provided for the use of the visitors they raise attractiveness of what the place has to offer and is an evidence of a high standard of customer care.

 

12C educational park in Zabrze (in progress)

The 12C Park is going to be located on the grounds of a former coalmine in Zabrze where Qumak will execute a multimedia educational park as well as design and execute an entire open-air exhibition. The park will be located above the “Królowa Luiza” Mining Heritage Park and part of the Coal Mining Museum.

On an area of almost 14,000 m2, Qumak will create 16 interactive exhibits related to the four elements of air, fire, water and earth. Most exhibits will be made of partially transparent materials so that the visitors can see how they work.

 

The visitors will be able to enter such attractions as a replica of a prospecting ditch to see how oldest coalmines were constructed.

 

The works are scheduled to end in August 2015.