Enriching traditional displays with interactive elements, our exhibitions invite visitors to engage, participate, and delve deeper into historical and cultural contexts.


Interactive Exhibitions within theme parks, under INFINIA's approach, become more than mere displays; they become interactive adventures where visitors can touch, manipulate, and learn. Employing Kinect technology, touchscreens, and object recognition, we create exhibitions that resonate deeply with guests.

Benefits for Museum and Cultural Institutions: "INFINIA's interactive exhibitions serve Museums and Cultural Institutions by transforming static exhibits into interactive learning platforms, addressing the need for educational enrichment and audience retention."

Art Detective

  • Tools Used: LED screens and object recognition
  • High-definition LED screens display famous artworks. Through object recognition, visitors can point to areas of the painting to reveal hidden details, artist's techniques, or symbolic meanings.
  • Impact: This interactive experience deepens the understanding of art and encourages analytical thinking.

Augmented Relics

Historical Journeys

  • Tools Used: AR overlays on touchscreens
  • Visitors can hold up a touchscreen tablet in front of an ancient artifact. Through augmented reality, the screen overlays information, historical context, and even 3D visualizations that reveal the artifact's inner mechanisms or original color schemes.
  • Impact: This not only educates but also fosters an understanding of the historical significance and technological ingenuity of the time.
  • Tools Used: Kinect technology
  • A room designed to mimic an archaeological site or historical setting uses Kinect technology to track movements. Visitors can 'dig' through 'soil' or interact with historical figures, thereby triggering narrative elements that educate them about the period.
  • Impact: This hands-on approach fosters an immersive understanding of history, allowing for exploratory learning

Battlefield Experience

Cultural Tunes

  • Tools Used: Object recognition
  • A table-top display featuring miniature soldiers, fortifications, and terrain uses object recognition. As visitors move the pieces, the display provides real-time feedback about historical battle strategies, the logic behind them, and their outcomes.
  • Impact: This offers a tactile, strategic understanding of military history.
  • Tools Used: Kinect-enabled interfaces
  • Kinect sensors capture visitors' movements, allowing them to 'play' virtual musical instruments from various cultures displayed on screen.
  • Impact: This experience fosters an appreciation for global musical heritage while providing a fun, interactive learning environment.

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