The Digital Binocular Station (DBS) is based on a traditional binocular station, but adds a layer of intera...
The Digital Binocular Station (DBS) is based on a traditional binocular station, but adds a layer of interactive, 3D stereoscopic digital content between the user and their view of the real world. *******www.DigitalBinocularStation****
This DBS is in the Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand - 10 artifacts are glowing, and when looked at for 3 seconds, come to life in various ways. The main aim was to add a deeper layer of context and understanding to the artifacts - how they were made, how they were used or experienced in their original environment and the stories or legends that are associated with them.
Bring your location to life and create a new revenue stream:
Increase interest, relevance and accessibility of your location with this unique, compelling installation.
Create another revenue stream with its pay per use (e.g. coin-operated) features.
Peace of mind - robust, self-contained, easy to use, and has a small footprint.
Affordable - available to lease, and can be paid for by a fraction of the revenue collected.