Digital projects for tourist mobility

Virtual Assistants, VR and AR projects for Cultural Heritage
For the cultural heritage market, we develop user centered projects of convergence combining real experience (in the museum, in the city, in archaeological areas) and virtual experience (VR and AR productions for web visits or integrating real experience).
We support museums, art spaces and archaeological sites in the creation of tools to make visitors live a better and engaging experience through the use of virtual conversational agents, AR and VR technologies. Technology thus becomes a knowledge tool available to visitors, who can have additional content related to the artwork they are observing, and customized presentations according to their interests, as if they were accompanied by a tour guide during their visit.

Ongoing projects

  • Santa Croce In Gerusalemme and Palazzo Merulana:
    With the support and artistic and literary cooperation of the Digilab Department of the Sapienza University of Rome, we are applying our technological solutions for the enhancement of the art space of Palazzo Merulana and the Santa Croce in Gerusalemme archeological area in Rome,

With the support of Digilab and thanks to the integration of our smart mobility technologies we are creating an original application that supports travels in the Lazio Region on Ferrovie dello Stato trains. Images, video and audio guide will be synchronized with the position of the train and with the subsequent movements of the traveler in the places surrounding the regional railway stations involved.

City tour assistant for art heritage cities

We support art heritage cities with the purpose of enhancing them with digital assistants to tourists, developed with the proprietary technological platform Dotto.
The assistant allows the authorities to give tourists an effective and pleasant tool to get to know the places they are visiting. The application adopts the Dotto methodology, a travel companion who dynamically adapts his commentary on cultural heritage and current or historical news of the sites according to visitors’ movements and interest shown, for a deeper understanding of what they are observing.