Market Town Kaindorf an der Sulm, South Styria/Austria
Four interactive multitouch exhibits for REGIONEUM – multimedia visitor information centre.
On June 27th, 2009 the Nature Parc Centre Grottenhof – now called REGIONEUM – in South Styria /Austria opened its doors to the public.
The REGIONEUM – a former renaissance castle – is the central point of information for visitors of South Styria: 1.000 sqm exhibition space familiarize the visitor with the cultural and natural diversities of the region.
The exhibition concept makes use of a lot of diverse audiovisual and interactive multimedia technologies for information communication, which have been provided by us as turnkey dynamic database-driven exhibits and are controlled using a dedicated show control system for easy administration by non-experts.
Multitouch Table for children’s games
Main attraction is a 62″ big Multitouch-Multiuser Gaming Table for children: the bilingual multitouch interface allows four or even more users to solve country- and picture puzzles and thus to follow in the footsteps of a local globetrotter named Bruno Baumann, who has travelled a lot in Asia. The infosystem is also supporting fiducial-based tracking to administrate the table.
Three multiuser tables with historical content
Three more than 70″ big multiuser touchtables present informations and interactive animations about three important historical cultural phases in the region: Hallstatt-time (pre-roman iron age), women cult at the Frauenberg and Flavia Solva, an ancient roman colony.
(some images with courtesy of Naturparkzentrum Grottenhof)