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  • Tainan City Tour, Taiwan
    Tainan City Tour, Taiwan

    Tainan City Tour, Taiwan

    台南市是台湾省南部海边的一个直辖市。在清朝政府的管辖之下,台南曾在1683年至1887年作为台湾岛的首府。如今,台南因其屹立百年的要塞和庙宇盛誉满载。

    《孤独星球》 (Lonely Planet) 在他们的网站上写到:“要是你对台湾人提到你要去台南的话,你必将收到他们投来的羡慕眼光,而其原因则是显而易见的。” “作为台湾岛上最古老的城市,传统文化在台南持续繁衍生息。人们在历经百年沧桑的寺庙里投掷筊杯来寻求神明的意见,以求指明方向,就如同他们的祖先在寺庙建成之初所做的那样......

    爱可声与台南市政府的首次合作于2013年达成,当时台南市正在为久负盛名的台湾画家陈澄波的120周年诞辰庆祝。为了纪念这位二十世纪初期亚洲东部的艺术先驱,爱可声亚洲特意为这次展览开发了一款手机应用。 (点击 这里 查看)。

    伴随着展览以及手机应用的成功,台南市政府决定开发更多手机应用来推广这座城市以及当地的名胜古迹。作为最古老的城市及前台湾首府,台南市政府着重推广五个最热门的景点。爱可声亚洲荣幸地负责了整个项目,开发出了基于信标定位的前瞻性应用,我们利用具备位置感知服务的手机应用作为解决方案以创造出更多交互旅游体验。

    “台南旅游APP”这款应用可被自动触发,并通过人声为游客导游,和真人导游别无二致。这款应用提供五十个多媒体定位站点,当游客在这些站点附近时,应用通过内置蓝牙自动感应附近的信标,实时为游客提供旅游景点的音频描述。
    这款多功能的手机应用能为游客带来包括图像、文本、照片、食评以及向导旅游等多种多样的交互体验。自动定位功能让游客了解到更多关于台南五个主要名胜古迹的悠久历史和现状,从中看到千百年间的沧海桑田。每一个景点都各包含十段不同的文字描述和音频描述,这些内容可经由手机定位被相应信标自动触发并呈现给游客。其中,展示台南老照片和地图的功能使得游客可以与家人及朋友分享旅途中的心得。

    游客可轻松获取有关台南旅游的最新讯息,以及台南的文化和交通情况。 这款手机应用的GPS功能涵盖了谷歌地图 / 苹果地图,在游客去往名胜古迹和人气餐厅的过程中提供实时向导。 此外,“本地助理”功能为游客提供景点的导览地图和游客指南,每个景点提供十到十五台平板电脑供游客免费借用。

    这款手机应用支持多种语言,包括英文、繁体中文和日文。用户可以在苹果应用商城和谷歌市场下载兼容安卓4.3系统、iPhone 4S以及更新版本的此应用。

  • The Acre Hospitaller Fortress, Israel
    The Acre Hospitaller Fortress, Israel

    The Acre Hospitaller Fortress, Israel

    The port city of Acre became the gateway to the Holy Land following the establishment of the Kingdom of Jerusalem in 1099 after the First Crusade. A monastic order called the Hospitallers, dedicated themselves to providing a safe haven for pilgrims at this historic site.
     

    The Hospitaller Fortress, in Israel also known as “The Knight Halls” or “the Knight Kingdom” has been an Acoustiguide client since 1997. During this time the site developed its offerings to visitors hand in hand with Acoustiguide, upgrading from the 1st generation audio guides to the 2nd and 3rd advanced multi-media players.
     

    In 2014 The Old Acre Development Company, Ltd. (OADC) completed extensive renovations to enhance the visitor experience at the historic Hospitaller Fortress. Winning the official tender, Acoustiguide deployed its Opus system as a key element, delivering a multimedia experience throughout the exhibit.
     

    The Acre Fortress is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, making it a significant destination for foreign and domestic tourists alike. Built by the Crusaders in the 15th century, it encompasses aspects of Jewish, Muslim, Christian, and Baha'i history, including the Templars’ tunnels, a traditional Turkish bath and the Okashi Art Museum. Insights into centuries of the city’s buried past were unearthed in an excavation of over 25,000 square meters of the Citadel and the surrounding streets. Thanks to its partial restoration there are now over 300,000 annual visitors, projected to reach an audience of 500,000.

    Through unique and engaging experiences, Acoustiguide’s technology offers a glimpse into Acre’s rich 5,000 years of history. Acoustiguide’s team worked closely with the OADC team from the initial concept to the final implementation. Video presentations are beamed on walls and floors throughout the fortress, without sound. Each visitor receives an Acoustiguide Opus player in order to enjoy a full, rich experience of the Fortress encounter. The digital multimedia content sync precisely with the presentation in 10 languages. Its RF sensors are installed unobtrusively throughout the site, blending in without damaging or detracting from the architecture. They automatically trigger the content on the portable guiding devices when a visitor enters a particular area, providing a visitor-centric experience. The narration is timed to commence upon arrival at each station, allowing visitors to advance through the exhibit at their own pace. An alternate route is set up for the disabled to avoid stairs.

    As live actors also interact with the visitors, the headphones are designed to fit over the ears without covering them, enhancing both the real-time and recorded experience. The system also synchronizes with group tours, accommodating up to 16 groups at a time, enabling each person to fully enjoy the experience.

    Acoustiguide’s comprehensive approach aims to create fun, simple, yet meaningful and educational experiences that reflect each site’s unique vision. The project was entirely coordinated with the OADC to develop the multilingual content and the delivery, so that nothing would detract from the site itself. Visitors enjoy and learn through a seamless audio and video experience.  

    http://www.akko.org.il/en/The-Hospitaller-Fortress-

  • The Grand Palais, Paris
    The Grand Palais, Paris

    The Grand Palais, Paris

    The Grand Palais in Paris, the first European cultural operator established in 1895, represents a tradition of culture in France. This historic monument showcases large-scale exhibitions of classical, modern and contemporary art in its spacious halls, partnering with top museums from around the world. Involved in a broad spectrum of cultural activities including distributing photography from numerous international collections with a catalogue of a million images; hosting major exhibits and events, as well as functioning as a renowned European art publishing house. The Grand Palais draws an audience of over 2.5 million annually including 25,000 school students. Supported by France’s Ministry of Culture, its mission is to create indelible experiences of beauty through encounters with all forms of expression in art and culture.

    The Grand Palais has been an Acoustiguide client since 1999; Acoustiguide offered its audio guiding and group guiding services in dozens of blockbuster art shows during these years, including Andy Warhol (2009), Picasso et les Maitres (2009), Claude Monet (2011), Matisse, Cezanne, PicassoThe Stein Family (2012), Cartier: Style and History (2013), Miss Dior (2013), Niki de Saint Phalle (2015)... to name a few. Acoustiguide produced the creative content for these exhibitions, sometimes in all 24 European Union languages. Acoustiguide also operates on-site services, i.e. managing the desks and hostesses, handling the service for both individual visitors as well as for groups.

    During the Spring of 2015, Acoustiguide launched an innovative multimedia tour for the Grand Palais primarily centered around the use of the Google Glass, providing the first ever such immersive visitor experience of a Velazquez exhibit. The public greatly enjoyed listening to supplementary content made available on iPod5, iPads, audio guides and Google Glasses, each carrier generating a specific visit. Everyone was able to explore and admire each individual work of art by the Spanish master through a variety of traditional and cutting-edge media strategies incorporating music, videos, images and audio commentaries. The specific viewing experience created by the Acoustiguide team, in conjunction with the curator and the Grand Palais, enabled museum-goers to seamlessly gaze at each picture and the Google Glass screen simultaneously, enriching appreciation and understanding of the artwork. Thanks to the great success of this unique participatory venture, we will continue to offer and design digital interactive strategy for upcoming exhibitions starting with the Picasso Mania exhibit opened in October 2015.

     

    http://www.grandpalais.fr/en

     

  • The Louvre (Musée du Louvre), Paris
    The Louvre (Musée du Louvre), Paris

    The Louvre (Musée du Louvre), Paris

    If there were “7 Wonders” of the art world, the renowned Louvre museum would be at the top of the list. This essential art experience is unparalleled, appealing to art enthusiasts and tourists alike. People from around the globe are drawn to the expansive collection of 35,000 objects from prehistory to the 21st. century, exhibited in an area of 60,000 square meters. The Louvre is the world's most visited art space with an average of 10 million tickets sold annually. Virtual statistics are equally impressive: 14 million website hits, millions of followers on social networks, as well as being the most popular museum on Instagram.
     

    In 2011 Acoustiguide Group was chosen by the Louvre to meet visitor demands in the digital age. Acoustiguide built the Louvre app intended for use either while marveling at the Mona Lisa in person or appreciating art content from afar. Instantly liked by museum-goers, a rave review in the Guardian also recognized the Louvre app as one of the top audio guide applications in the museums and heritage market. The app, available for iphone and Android in seven languages, offers audio, video, interactive maps, games and thematic tours for children and adults. Hundreds of hours of downloadable content for personal devices enrich visitor experience. To celebrate the success of our official application "Louvre Museum", we offer a new enhanced version of many works and features.
     

    In the thematic “Guided Tours” the public can encounter classics such as the Venus de Milo, ancient Egyptian artefacts and Renaissance sculpture while being led step-by-step through the Louvre’s most prestigious galleries. Another option is the personalized Self-Guided Tour, where you can follow your own path and locate 40 must-sees using a map, list or mosaic. By entering the numbers displayed next to selected artworks an audio guide provides expert commentaries by curators.

    A further useful tool is the “Where am I?” function, an interactive map that helps you find your way around. The Museum’s general practical information is also accessible at your fingertips.


    A Made-to Measure Audio Guide
    Visitors can make in-app purchases of content including tours of the permanent collection, alongside temporary exhibitions. This easy-to use component also allows you to add content later and prepare future visits by downloading more “tours” or thematic artwork descriptions. Highlights include an app audio guide on the Poussin exhibition and The Making of Holy Images temporary exhibition narrated with captivating storytelling, revealing intriguing secrets behind the artworks.
    An open-source content management solution enables the Louvre to independently provide new content as it is produced; hosting by Acoustiguide’s content management platform ensures scalable and reliable delivery of this content.


    Delightful Front-End User Experience Design
    For lovers of the Louvre, the app’s most beautiful visuals can be acquired, assigned to contacts, saved on screen or transformed into slideshows. Audiences are further engaged with 100 Louvre masterpieces right in their own pockets: Greek sculptures, the paintings of Bosch, Titian, Raphael, Holbein, Cranach and da Vinci drawings. They can zoom in on over 500 images and details. Brand new features are shareable with friends by email and on Facebook; the latest updates are published in a News Feed.

    Lastly, visitors can discover the free HD version of our application for iPad that enables users to explore every detail of 150 celebrated masterpieces through stunning high definition images.

    Welcome to the Louvre!
     

    http://www.louvre.fr/en

    The official Louvre Audio Guide - App Store

    The official Louvre Audio Guide - Google Play

  • The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
    The Canadian Museum for Human Rights

    The Canadian Museum for Human Rights

    The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is the world’s first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. Current and historical international topics are covered, integrating local and global perspectives. Utilizing innovative multimedia technology, such as immersive or interactive exhibitions and location-based apps, the CMHR generates inspiring encounters with human rights for all ages for an extraordinary visitor experience.
     

    Working in close collaboration, Acoustiguide and the CMHR designed a multimedia-focused interactive museum experience with a comprehensive location-aware mobile app. The app integrates low energy Bluetooth (BLE) iBeacon-compatible beacons to deliver accessible content to all visitors regardless of physical challenges. Acoustiguide also produced a bilingual audio tour (in English and French) and a visual description tour for the sight-impaired.
     

    The CMHR is the first site in Canada to use iBeacons, and one of the world’s largest installations of this technology in a cultural institution, with more than 120+ units. The Acoustiguide-created app’s real-time “near me” identification location system interacts with the beacons to give museum visitors quick access to the nearest exhibits, as well as supplementary content from universal access points (UAP).
     

    As a high proportion of the museum’s content is delivered digitally, Acoustiguide worked with CMHR to extend the museum's internal Enterprise Content Management System (ECMS). The museum could thereby create and maintain tour content independently, while ensuring updates would be distributed and synchronized to both the museum's in-house rental iPods as well as to visitors’ own devices via Acoustiguide's content distribution platform.
     

    The free app also includes interactive mood meters, augmented reality, panoramic images, sign language videos, complete transcripts of all audio, and an interactive keypad. It features images, audio and text about each gallery, as well as accessibility to the museum’s multimedia collection beyond what is on display, such as versions with closed captioning or sign language. An interactive map of the Museum’s public spaces quickly locates you, displays floor plans and guides you to your destination. Mood meters enable visitors to share their mood reactions to the exhibits.

    Overall the combination of location-based technology with an engaging user experience resulted in an amazing self-guided visitor experience for everyone.

     

    https://humanrights.ca/home

    The Canadian Museum for Human Rights App

  • Jenolan Caves, Australia
    Jenolan Caves, Australia

    Jenolan Caves, Australia

    Regarded as Australia’s most outstanding cave system, with pure underground rivers and amazing limestone crystal formations, Jenolan Caves – believed to be over 320 million years old - is among the finest and oldest cave systems in the world.
     

    Jenolan Caves were known to the local Aboriginal population for many thousands of years as Binoomea, "Dark places". European involvement in the area began in 1838, with the first recorded discovery by a local pastoralist, James Whalan. Over the succeeding years, James Whalan and his brother Charles discovered several openings. The Elder cave was discovered in 1848. It was the first "dark cave" explored.
     

    In 1860, the Lucas cave, largest of the current show caves, was discovered by Nicholas Irwin and George Whiting.
     

    It was not until 1866 that the caves were brought under direct government control. In 1867, Jeremiah Wilson was appointed as 'Keeper' of the 'Binda', or 'Fish River' Caves. In the 1880s, Jenolan began to emerge as a genuine tourist destination. The Aboriginal word 'Jenolan' (high mountain) was not adopted until 1884.
     

    Over 160 years since the first Europeans stumbled upon the vast openings of the Grand Arch and the Devil's Coach House cave, the magic of Jenolan is still leaving its mark on visitors. Jenolan is as timeless as it is unforgettable.
     

    Since 2006, Acoustiguide has been working closely with Jenolan Caves to create various themed tours including the Self-Guided Nettle Cave Tour, an Indigenous Heritage Tour and a Children’s Tour; and for above ground walking trails the Waters Tours which introduces Geology, Indigenous, and European use of water at Jenolan. Acoustiguide has also supplied hundreds of Opus Click – our robust and durable multimedia hardware - for delivery of the tours in an inclusive format; where every visitor to the Caves receives the tour as part of their visit. Most recently we have created an app. The app offers 6 tours – one of which is available in 13 languages, and is compatible for both handheld and tablet devices in Android and iOS format.
     

    In recent years Jenolan – one of Australia’s foremost tourist destinations - has won over 35 regional, state and national awards. Most notably, they won the coveted 2013 Qantas National Tourism Award for Culture and Heritage, which is directly linked to Acoustiguide’s products and services. It is with great pride that we continue our association with this iconic and treasured tourist destination.

     

    http://www.jenolancaves.org.au/

  • Tower of London
    Tower of London

    Tower of London

    The Tower of London, also known as Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress, is a historic castle located on the river Thames. William the Conqueror built this site’s namesake the White Tower in 1078. A popular tourist attraction, many are drawn to see the display of the Crown Jewels, the very symbol of the British Monarchy. The Tower was also a notorious state prison including inmates deemed enemies of the Royals or the Church from Anne Boleyn, Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 and second wife of Henry VIII to Guy Fawkes.

    Acoustiguide was awarded the Historic Royal Palaces contract in 2011 which covers the Tower of London, the Hampton Court Palace and the Banqueting House. 

    Our service at the Tower is on the basis of an optional sale of audio guides to the public.  We recruit, train and manage the sales staff and have steadily increased sales figures during the course of the contract. 

    Language tours are popular among individuals and groups, as a large number of visitors to the Tower are foreign language speakers. Our multi-lingual staff is available to assist them.

    There are other interpretation services available such as guidebooks and the popular warder (or Beefeater) tours.  In 2014 visitor numbers reached 3 million.

     

    Tower of London Family Tour

    The tour is presented on Opus Click and is an example of a “simple” interactive multimedia tour primarily based on audio, including still images and witty cartoons presented on the screen. It is the result of a close collaboration with the HRP interpretation and education teams and has been very well received. It is intended to help different generations engage with each other as they experience the Tower; parents & children, grandparents & grandchildren, teachers & pupils. The tour is narrated by three ravens in the Tower. There are blood-curdling accounts of prisoners, as well as tales of escape plans and attempts to steal the Crown Jewels. History is made enjoyable through the combination of fun and facts. The tour’s striking imagery and imaginative ways of conveying information are very pertinent to our overall content approach.

     

    http://www.hrp.org.uk/TowerOfLondon/

  • The Art Institute of Chicago
    The Art Institute of Chicago

    The Art Institute of Chicago

    Founded in the mid-nineteenth century, the Art Institute of Chicago ranks as one of the world’s great encyclopedic museums, with a diverse collection representing millennia of human artistic achievement. It attracts nearly 1.5 million international visitors annually, and, since 2011, Acoustiguide has offered the museum a full range of our mobile interpretation services.
     

    At the heart of our work is content development. Acoustiguide’s creative team has written and produced tours for a wide range of exhibitions including Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective; Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity; Art and Appetite: American Painting, Culture and Cuisine; They Seek a City: Chicago and the Art of Migration 1910-1950; and Picasso and Chicago. Our creative team has developed—and is continuing to develop—a new Director’s tour, fresh additions to the Lion’s Trail family tour and ongoing translations of the permanent collection in French and Spanish. We work closely with the museum’s Education and curatorial departments to craft engaging and expert tours that enlighten visitors and enhance their understanding of the museum’s collections.
     

    Acoustiguide also provides the Art Institute of Chicago with delivery hardware (Opus Click) and staffing. In 2013 alone, our staff distributed almost 160,000 Opus Click players. Our turnkey on-site operation involves a full spectrum of services including hiring, training, and supervising on-site tour managers and staff; distributing the multimedia tour to visitors; dialoguing with museum visitor services staff regarding visitor flow, desk and sign location, customer service protocol and special events; setting up and maintaining the equipment and consulting on marketing and sales.

     

    Here’s what we’ve heard from some our visitors:

    “As a long time member, I usually take the audio tour for special exhibits. Today I decided to give the permanent collection a try. I couldn’t believe how the audio tour forced me to look at pieces of art work differently.”


    “The Lichtenstein audio was absolutely fantastic! I thought it was wonderful that you could actually hear from the artist himself during the tour".


    “The audio tour really added depth to my visit. I am glad that museum staff convinced me to rent it.”


    http://www.artic.edu/ 

     

  • Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Japan
    Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Japan

    Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Japan

    Acoustiguide Japan, the Japanese subsidiary of the Acoustiguide Group, is a leading provider of audio tours to numerous art museums and exhibitions around Japan; and yet, its diverse client sites include history and heritage sites as well, specialized museums and even one famous train station. One of Acoustiguide Japan’s unique clients is the Kaiyukan Aquarium also in Osaka, the second largest city in Japan.
     

    Kaiyukan is one of the largest aquariums in the world. Its theme is partly based on the new Gaia Hypothesis advocated by Dr. James Lovelock, a thesis that proposes that all organisms and their inorganic surroundings on Earth are closely integrated to form a single and self-regulating complex system, maintaining the conditions for life on the planet. Focusing on the Ring of Fire (Pan Pacific Volcanic Zone) and the Ring of Life (Pan Pacific Life Zone), Kaiyukan Aquarium respects the dignity of the life and natural environment. The Japanese word “Kaiyukan” literally means “playing in the sea pavilion”. In this aquarium, visitors can enjoy creatures as if they are playing together in the sea. The 18 regions of Kaiyukan focus on Pacific Ocean and reproduce its nature and various living things including fishes, plants, invertebrate animals, batrachians, reptiles, birds and mammals.
     

    Acoustiguide’s Opus systems with full content production escort the Kaiyukan visitors as they walk through the tunnel-shaped water tank of the Aquarium, feeling as if they were at the ocean floor.
     

    The audio tours are offered in 4 languages (English, Korean, Chinese and Japanese) and in two versions each: one for a daytime observation, and the other designed for a nighttime. A short, summarized version is also available for people in a hurry, as the Kaiyukan is big enough to spend more than 2 hours for observing. Hence, the visitors can enjoy 3 types of audio tours in each language which is very entertaining especially for Kaiyukan fans – and these are many!

     

    Kaiyukan website - English: www.kaiyukan.com/language/eng/index.htm 

    Kaiyukan website - Japanese: www.kaiyukan.com/index.html

     

  • 淡水城导览,台湾
    淡水城导览,台湾

    淡水城导览,台湾

    淡水这座小城市位于台北北部,19世纪时期曾经是海运和商业中心。它有很多历史人文景点,吸引了大量海内外游客。

     

    由于淡水城面积不大,所以游客们在市区通常只会逗留半天左右。当地政府为了吸引游客在城里逗留久一点,采取了一些措施以提高市区游览的内涵和质量,其中之一就是提供淡水城市徒步参观导览。

     

    2009年的时候爱可声台湾分公司制作了淡水市的徒步参观语音导览。它以Opus Touch™为平台,提供了中文和英文两个版本的导览。

     

    众所周知在市区环境里你不能在墙上任意添加标志,所以怎么样让游客方便地进行参观成为了一个难题。爱可声为这个问题提供了完美的答案:用一种特殊的方式通过Opus导览机帮助游客在市区任意穿行,参观自己感兴趣的东西。这套系统由一整套大尺寸精确易懂的地图和一系列显示在屏幕上的展品列表组成。不管是地图还是列表都能让游客方便地到达参观的目的地。

     

     

    导览里有丰富的语音和多媒体节目,包括淡水周围各种旅游景点的讲解,当地的餐馆,咖啡店,纪念品店以及别的商店的信息和优惠券等。

     

  • 奥赛博物馆,巴黎
    奥赛博物馆,巴黎

    奥赛博物馆,巴黎

    在巴黎的奥赛博物馆是世界上最负盛名的博物馆之一,是法国最大的博物馆之一。奥赛博物馆于1986年对外开放,在一个古老的铁路车站内,这个条铁路是1900年为世界博览会而兴建的。在那里你可以找到油画,素描,装饰艺术,摄影和19世纪最优秀的艺术家的雕塑作品。

     

    Espro爱可声和奥赛博物馆的合作开始于2006年2月。Espro爱可声为博物馆的永久展品提供了450台导览设备,包含350段解说和7种语言.

     

    在与奥塞博物馆合作的四年中,Espro爱可声也实现了为主要临时展览提供9个特定的多语种导览节目。

     

    Espro爱可声现在运行500台opus click设备,介绍430多个常设展品,有9个语种,能满足每年400万游客的接待量。 

  • 罗马大浴场,巴斯
    罗马大浴场,巴斯

    罗马大浴场,巴斯

    众所周知,在一个激烈竞争的行业中,爱可声的特点就是他们的专业精神和客观性,整个公司和他们的行为方式不会受到野心和个人喜好的影响,而且对我们来说很重要的一点是和有头脑的人一起工作,他们明白有些事情是超越公司的商业利润的。


    斯蒂芬•博德,文物服务主管,巴斯和东北萨摩塞特

     

    爱可声有限公司是Espro爱可声集团在英国的分公司,从1995年起在罗马大浴场和时尚博物馆提供语音导览服务。今年,爱可声有限公司连续四年赢得了合同,可以继续为这些景点服务。

     

    2009年4月初,爱可声有限公司提供了1000多台Opus Click™播放器,导览费用包含在门票内。成人导览有8国语言,儿童导览有英文和法文,还有比尔•布莱森的名人导览。

     

    博物馆每年客流量100万人,对语音导览来说是一个非常高的使用率而且客人有国内的也有国外的,一个优秀的运营服务是很重要的。 

  • 威斯敏斯特大教堂,伦敦
    威斯敏斯特大教堂,伦敦

    威斯敏斯特大教堂,伦敦

    爱可声自2007年起在威斯敏斯特大教堂提供语音导览服务。

     

    刚开始的时候语音导览使用的是exSite设备。2008年5月,大教堂购买了2000台Opus Click播放器,免费提供给参观者。

     

    导览包括语音,文字,静态图片和一些特别委托制作的影片。英语导览由奥斯卡获奖演员杰里米•艾恩斯解说,导览有十种语言,包括俄语,匈牙利语,葡萄牙语,中文普通话和日语。影片展示了大教堂不能对公众开放的区域。

     

    2009年2月CNN一篇有关伦敦博物馆的文章中说道“在威斯敏斯特大教堂,由杰里米•艾恩斯解说的新的导览是最棒的。”

  • Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD), Germany
    Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD), Germany

    Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD), Germany

    „I want to emphasize the service provided by Acoustiguide GmbH during our many years of cooperation and the carefully selected staff, who obligingly attend to the museum visitors and collaborate with the supervisory personnel commendably.”
    Dirk Burghardt, Commercial Director

    Acoustiguide GmbH, the German subsidiary of the Espro Acoustiguide Group, has been the provider of audio tours at Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (Dresden State Art Collections) since 2009.

    Acoustiguide GmbH provides over 1,400 Opus players with more than 250 hours of content in up to 15 languages at the different museums of the State Collection. One of the highlights is the tour with Saxon accent at the Historic Green Vault. Besides adult tours, children can enjoy a special tour at the Historic and New Green Vault.

    The latest Acoustiguide App which was launched for the State Collection is “Kunst4Kids”. This app was developed especially for school kids and is now available at the Albertinum on iPods and on iTunes. Click here for the app.

    The Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden is among the most renowned and oldest museum institutions in the world. It emerged from the aristocratic collections in the 16th century and celebrated its 450th anniversary in 2010.

     

    www.skd.museum/en/

Tainan City Tour, Taiwan

台南市是台湾省南部海边的一个直辖市。在清朝政府的管辖之下,台南曾在1683年至1887年作为台湾岛的首府。如今,台南因其屹立百年的要塞和庙宇盛誉满载。

《孤独星球》 (Lonely Planet) 在他们的网站上写到:“要是你对台湾人提到你要去台南的话,你必将收到他们投来的羡慕眼光,而其原因则是显而易见的。” “作为台湾岛上最古老的城市,传统文化在台南持续繁衍生息。人们在历经百年沧桑的寺庙里投掷筊杯来寻求神明的意见,以求指明方向,就如同他们的祖先在寺庙建成之初所做的那样......

爱可声与台南市政府的首次合作于2013年达成,当时台南市正在为久负盛名的台湾画家陈澄波的120周年诞辰庆祝。为了纪念这位二十世纪初期亚洲东部的艺术先驱,爱可声亚洲特意为这次展览开发了一款手机应用。 (点击 这里 查看)。

伴随着展览以及手机应用的成功,台南市政府决定开发更多手机应用来推广这座城市以及当地的名胜古迹。作为最古老的城市及前台湾首府,台南市政府着重推广五个最热门的景点。爱可声亚洲荣幸地负责了整个项目,开发出了基于信标定位的前瞻性应用,我们利用具备位置感知服务的手机应用作为解决方案以创造出更多交互旅游体验。

“台南旅游APP”这款应用可被自动触发,并通过人声为游客导游,和真人导游别无二致。这款应用提供五十个多媒体定位站点,当游客在这些站点附近时,应用通过内置蓝牙自动感应附近的信标,实时为游客提供旅游景点的音频描述。
这款多功能的手机应用能为游客带来包括图像、文本、照片、食评以及向导旅游等多种多样的交互体验。自动定位功能让游客了解到更多关于台南五个主要名胜古迹的悠久历史和现状,从中看到千百年间的沧海桑田。每一个景点都各包含十段不同的文字描述和音频描述,这些内容可经由手机定位被相应信标自动触发并呈现给游客。其中,展示台南老照片和地图的功能使得游客可以与家人及朋友分享旅途中的心得。

游客可轻松获取有关台南旅游的最新讯息,以及台南的文化和交通情况。 这款手机应用的GPS功能涵盖了谷歌地图 / 苹果地图,在游客去往名胜古迹和人气餐厅的过程中提供实时向导。 此外,“本地助理”功能为游客提供景点的导览地图和游客指南,每个景点提供十到十五台平板电脑供游客免费借用。

这款手机应用支持多种语言,包括英文、繁体中文和日文。用户可以在苹果应用商城和谷歌市场下载兼容安卓4.3系统、iPhone 4S以及更新版本的此应用。