Touch Screen Solutions / Displays for Museums

As digital signage technology has become more widely available, it has become an integral part of the experience of going to a museum. Digital technology has vastly improved the ability of museums to expand our knowledge and explore new ideas.

Video Wall

Video walls help emphasize the tour through your museum by guiding visitors using modern display technology. Adding an interactive element empowers visitors and lets them decide what they want to know more about. They also offer visual impact which can attract and entertain visitors.

Table Top

With a growing trend towards interactive exhibits a digital table top offers the perfect solution as they appeal to two aspects of familiar daily life: the horizontal surface as a workspace, and hand gestures (or common objects) as tools for manipulating information.

Digital interactives allow visitors to grasp content more effectively and add a fun element to the museum experience.

Lift & Learn

Lift & Learn technology allows users to pick up an object and learn more information about it on a digital screen. This form of hands-on learning is fun to do, attracts the attention of others, and appeals to all ages. Plus it can be adapted to any number of subjects.

Tangible Objects

Another way of adding an immersive element to your museum experience is having items placed on a digital table that causes in-context information to be displayed or actions to occur.

This is a very high-tech way to engage museum visitors.


Another great way to engage visitors in a meaningful and deeper way is through interactive kiosks within exhibitions.

Here are the ways digital interactive kiosks for museums can improve the visitor experience: 

  • Improve communication and understanding
  • Increase engagement through interaction
  • Use video to tell a story
  • Keep museums relevant in modern digital age

Wayfind (directional signage)

Museum digital signage can serve an important wayfinding function. Enhance and simplify a visitors experience by allowing them to see where they are and where certain exhibitions are easily with touchscreen functionality.

This technology can also be used to guide visitors in certain directions around the space which can aid crowd traffic control.

Presence detection

Presence detection allows a local movement to trigger on-screen or auditory content. This can really raise the bar and grab people’s attention and imagination on exhibitions displays and make them come to life.

BOQ Specialist

This company were exhibiting at a trade show and wanted to present offers in an engaging way.


This company were sponsoring a conference and wanted help in creating an impression at the event.


Offering such a wide range of products, it was impossible for this client to display all of them on a conventional exhibit.


This client was looking for a solution that could assist visitors on a trade show stand if staff were busy


This presentation was designed as an alternative to a Powerpoint presentation to be used in meetings with C level Pharma executives.

Camden Library

This touch screen was designed as a central kiosk to showcase the variety of services on offer in the community.

Harvey Norman Business & Education

This kiosk was created for teachers at an education exhibition. Designed to make them aware of the full range of services offered by the business.


This touch screen was designed as a product presentation with a hierarchy of products allowing visitors to quickly navigate to what they were interested in.


For this client we created a touch solution that complimented their sales discussions.


This touch screen presentation was designed for “e-brochure” distribution, allowing visitors to send themselves brochures they were interested in.


Hologic Australia

Elina Vihinen, Marketing & Events Manager

“The touch solution flowed nicely, we were a cut above the others, it gave us an edge and enabled us to look professional.”


Viafet Genomic Centre

Mohamed Hallani, Business Manager

“We loved having a touch screen on our stand. It gave visitors something to look at if the team were busy and we found it helpful to go into greater detail on our product.”



Jocelyn DaSilva, Group Marketing Manager

“This was a risk for us, it was about taking a step into the future. This was a way we could bring all aspects of our membership to life. This type of interactive solution helped us leverage all the assets we had available.”

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