Sagastad is a new Viking history centre in Nordfjordeid, the home of a powerful chieftain and the site of a fantastic burial ship. The ship has been recreated by local boat building craftsmen and displayed with artifacts found in the burial mound. The exhibition is in Norwegian and English, and Vjupoint provides audio guides for German, French, Spanish, and Chinese to assist the many cruise tourists that visit.
IMMA takes on digital visitor engagement
After launching a brand new web page in early 2019, the Irish Museum of Modern Art ventured into the world of app-based digital visitor engagement. In collaboration with Expology and Utviklerne, IMMA developed a Vjupoint exhibition app for their indoor and outdoor exhibitions.
Queen Sonja tries Vjupoint
Her Majesty Queen Sonja visited Skudeneshavn and tried Time Travel, Visit Karmøy's city guide created with Vjupoint.
Ryfylkemuseet has created a new Vjupoint app for visitor engagement. In the first stage, visitors are introduced to the many different historical sites in Ryfylke, and in the next stage each site will be extended with local guides and exhibition content. Download the Ryfylkemuseet app and try for yourself.
Take a historical walk in Skudeneshavn
On the 23rd of May, Karmøy municipality and Visit Karmøy launched «Time travel», an historic city walk in Skudeneshavn. «Time travel» is created with Vjupoint and makes use of our innovative visitor engagement platform to provide an outdoor film theatre.
Artipelag starts using Vjupoint
Stockholm's most stunning art museum use Vjupoint for indoor and outdoor exhibitions in the archipelago.
Launch at Hardanger fartøyvernsenter
Vjupoint was installed at Hardanger fartøyvernsenter - a location within Hardanger and Voss museum - in May, as the first every delivery of Vjupoint. Hardanger fartøyvernsenter is a non-profit foundation that perform services in conservation, restoration, and new builds of clinker-built boats.