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Titanic exhibition still drawing in new people 25 million visitors later

Titanic exhibition still drawing in new people 25 million visitors later

Press Releases   •   Jan 07, 2014 13:07 GMT

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is continuing to reach new audiences. Despite having been viewed by 25 million people in countries from Singapore to Estonia, there is still huge demand to experience the century-old maritime tragedy.

imagineear creates interactive Museum tour with Liverpool Football Club

imagineear creates interactive Museum tour with Liverpool Football Club

Press Releases   •   Nov 13, 2013 17:42 GMT

imagineear has launched an interactive museum tour with Liverpool Football Club. Fans will now be offered a personal multimedia tablet, the MPtouch™ when they begin their visit to the club’s home ground, Anfield. The interactive tour is an integral part of the visitors’ experience as they make their way through the museum.

New project launched for visually impaired visitors at East Lothian cultural centre in Haddington

New project launched for visually impaired visitors at East Lothian cultural centre in Haddington

Press Releases   •   Nov 13, 2013 17:02 GMT

The John Gray Centre has created an audio descriptive tour of its ‘The land, the sea, the people’ exhibition. The project, called the ‘Talking Museum’, means that visitors can now pick up an imagineear audio guide which provides a description of the appearance of some of the museum’s most striking objects and displays.

imagineear advises Isle of Wight Literary Festival and a host of stars on audio tour of the island

imagineear advises Isle of Wight Literary Festival and a host of stars on audio tour of the island

Press Releases   •   Oct 17, 2013 16:50 BST

London. imagineear offers congratulations to the IWLF on its second edition, and we wish the audio tour of the island well, narrated by giants of stage and screen Celia Imrie, Hugh Bonneville and Richard E Grant. We are glad to have played a small role in advising on the tour, and will look forward in future years to helping this initiative grow.

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imagineear is recruiting

imagineear is recruiting

News   •   Oct 01, 2013 15:09 BST

London. The London team of imagineer is growing, with four new posts advertised today. Though based in London, like England's first ever rugby internationals (pictured), the team is at work on projects overseas - but almost 150 years later, the game has changed somewhat ...

Clare Cooper Hammond brings strength and depth to imagineear's UK market presence

Clare Cooper Hammond brings strength and depth to imagineear's UK market presence

News   •   Jan 21, 2013 16:25 GMT

London. At a time of expanding market presence, Clare Cooper-Hammond joins imagineear to run the UK operation, and brings with her a decade's experience of mobile multimedia clients and projects.

Sivan Eden joins as Regional Manager to strengthen imagineear in Israel

Sivan Eden joins as Regional Manager to strengthen imagineear in Israel

News   •   Jan 14, 2013 19:45 GMT

London. Sivan Eden, highly experienced and professional sales engineer and manager, joins imagineear as Regional Manager Israel, based in Tel Aviv.

imagineear delighted to welcome Eric Longo to represent the company on the East Coast

imagineear delighted to welcome Eric Longo to represent the company on the East Coast

News   •   Dec 04, 2012 16:47 GMT

London. imagineear is delighted to confirm that experienced and respected museum professional, Eric Longo, will join the growing network team, based in New York.

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New Year, new offices

New Year, new offices

Blog posts   •   Jan 08, 2014 17:59 GMT

We're preparing for a busy year ahead at our new home in Amsterdam.

Talking to the man who creates art and emotions ... from Lego

Talking to the man who creates art and emotions ... from Lego

Blog posts   •   Dec 06, 2013 17:17 GMT

I asked Nathan Sawaya how he produces his world famous Lego art ahead of his exhibition opening in Brussels.

How to... translate

How to... translate

Blog posts   •   Nov 28, 2013 13:23 GMT

Over the next couple of weeks we’re going to be writing some 'how to' posts on creating great content. Having just translated Dr Johnson’s House’s guide into Japanese and Mandarin, we thought that we’d focus on translations this week.

Audio descriptive tour for the visually impaired in Scotland

Audio descriptive tour for the visually impaired in Scotland

Blog posts   •   Nov 13, 2013 17:23 GMT

Emma Thompson, London. Last Friday the John Gray Centre in East Lothian, Scotland, launched an audio descriptive tour for visually impaired visitors.

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Meet Andrew Nugee, CEO of imagineear, at MUTEC in Leipzig

Meet Andrew Nugee, CEO of imagineear, at MUTEC in Leipzig

Events   •   Nov 23, 2012 13:08 GMT

On display at MUTEC 2012 is a wide variety of modern information and communication technologies and solutions for museums. Meet Andrew Nugee, CEO and founder of imagineear, who will showcase some of the exciting products and services offered by imagineear, with partner Soundgarden.

Nov 22 - Nov 24

Leipzig Exhibition Center, Hall 2

Meet James Dyer from the imagineear team at Soccerex Global Convention

Meet James Dyer from the imagineear team at Soccerex Global Convention

Events   •   Nov 23, 2012 12:43 GMT

Over 4,500 of football's decision makers from around the world will gather for the 17th edition of the World’s leading football business event. Come along and meet James Dyer, Account Manager for Sports and Events, imagineear, from the 24th - 28th November on the UKTI stand, showcasing the range of tools on offer to enhance visitor experiences at sporting attractions and more.

Nov 24 - Nov 28

Sofitel Hotel - Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Avenida Atlantica, 4240 Copacabana Rio de Janeiro – RJ 22070002

Football Business Awards: imagineear nominated for best/most innovative use of technology by clubs

Football Business Awards: imagineear nominated for best/most innovative use of technology by clubs

Events   •   Oct 30, 2012 12:49 GMT

imagineear, in partnership with Arsenal FC, has been nominated for the award of best/most innovative use of technology by clubs, for its multimedia tour of the Emirates Stadium in London. See here for more information.

Nov 08, 19:00 - 23:00 GMT

Chelsea Football Club, London, SW6 1HS

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imagineear Partner Stories: Digital groupGuide at Shepherd Neame Brewery

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imagineear Partner Stories: Self guided multimedia tour at QPR

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imagineear Partner Stories: imagineear facilitates National Trust's Soho Stories app with Flint PR

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imagineear Partner Stories: imagineear speaks to Trevor Horsewood from VAGA

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Summary of effects of arts in healthcare study
imagineear groupGuide specifications

imagineear groupGuide specifications

Documents   •   Oct 29, 2012 15:32 GMT

imagineear Digital groupGuide Quickstart manual
imagineear newsletter - Winter Update

imagineear newsletter - Winter Update

Documents   •   Feb 29, 2012 10:00 GMT

We like to keep you informed of developments, and if this newsletter turns out to be a longer update than usual, it is a fair reflection of the activity levels at imagineear since the Autumn. Thank you to all of you who have responded via twitter, e-mail or facebook with thoughts and comments; they are very much appreciated. Enjoy the read!