We are happy to announce that we are now working with Dyreparken on an exciting new project . Ongoing – Reveal Soon !
A 4 part movie and a WW2 themed infoterminal. This terminal shows how we think technology can help bridge the gap between emotion and the narrative. By allowing visitors to physically feel a custom made recreation of machinery made in the WW2 era they can have a better understanding of the time period and are more immersed in the process.
We are a diverse team of international specialists. Our aim is to combine education and technology with engaging storytelling. The philosophy is simple – in order to truly educate and move people, we have to combine state of the art technology with engaging storytelling techniques.
Produced in cooperation with Bergen’s Seafaring Museum, with support from the KJOL project. The film portrays a cross section of the Viking life in Norway around the year 800 BC. A chieftain and his men embark on a raid from the west coast to Scotland.
Award-winning Virtual Reality project about the history of a region dating from Bronze age to modern era.
A unique, interactive 17th century model of the Kedainiai region was created. It allows to tell a story by moving stylized historically representative figures and placing them on the appropriate places and layouts, to hear stories about life in Kedainiai at that time.
Interactive Virtual Reality project with Leap Motion technology allowing users to control objects without controllers and four historical periods.
An interactive museum that we fully equipped with info terminal screens, 3D projections, games and films dedicated to educate the public about the war period from 1939 to 1945 in Memel.
Different interactive map projects we worked on.
We provide solutions that help guide the visitors through the museum, utilizing light systems, beacons and motion sensors.
We developed solutions that allow visitors to interact with physical objects in a exposition and receive audio visual feedback.
We developed solutions that allow to turn on and off all the multimedia and lights in an institution at the push of a single button.
Professional lighting as a solution to guide visitors has received praise, as it is not invasive and intuitive.
Solutions that allow everyone from the young to the old to the physically disabled to enjoy their time at the museum.
Solutions with Beacons, motion sensors ,touch sensors,NFC tags
What happens when you get programmers, animators and architects working together with script writers and designers all of which have a passion for innovation and education?
You get NORDLYS CREATIVE GROUP.
With a diverse team of international specialists, our aim is to combine education and technology with engaging storytelling.
This goal of ours originated from a shared philosophy. That in order to truly educate and move people, we have to combine state of the art technology with engaging storytelling techniques.
And over the years we have accumulated knowledge on:
Ways to present a deep and intricate story to the visitor, in a way that while educational delivers an enjoyable experience.
The best mix of technologies for a given project that when used in sync together deliver a seamless deep learning experience.
And how to utilize open spaces, and make them into interactive areas that guide visitors from the moment they set foot in it.
We do all this with the help of state of the art technology such as Virtual reality, 3D animation, info terminals , apps and games. All of them together let us create truly interactive exhibitions.