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Presentazione Team4 – Developet

And finally here is Developet! The mobile application that let you learn something about evolution and have fun.

According to the ADM briefing, this app improves the guided experience at the Museum of Natural History of Milan.
During the visit the guide will keep all the students focused and involved both because of his/her speaking skills and our app.

Actually it is necessary to pay attention to all the guide’s steps and answer his/her questions in order to obtain a completely-evolved cute pet.
In addition fun and learing do not finish in the museum!

To see how our app works you can see the video at

Otherwise enjoy our mock-up at
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Ultimate Dinosaurs brought to life by augmented reality at ROM

A behind-the-scenes look at the Augmented Reality technology being used by the Royal Ontario Museum to bring their newest dinosaur skeletons to life as part of the exhibit Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants of Gondwana.

All you have to do is to download the museum’s free app, scan the markers or the dinosaur’s bones around the exihibition and then you’ll see 3D dinosaurs model right in front of you.

Team 16


Explorer // American Museum of Natural History

AMNH Explorer from the American Museum of Natural History

“Nothing less than state-of-the-art” -Gizmodo

Chart your own course at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City with AMNH Explorer-a new app that is part custom navigation system, part personal tour guide for the Museum’s world-famous halls. Providing turn-by-turn directions, AMNH Explorer takes visitors from the edge of the universe to the age of the dinosaurs. Choose from a variety of Museum-designed tours or create your own from a list of popular exhibits, specimens, or artifacts. AMNH Explorer also lets you share your adventures with friends and family by linking directly to your Facebook and Twitter profiles. Download AMNH Explorer now and start planning your next visit or use your iPhone® or iPod® touch to discover the Museum’s must-sees from anywhere in the world. It’s the new way to find your way at the American Museum of Natural History.




Team 6



Magic Tate Ball

Concerning the app world and the experience related to the environment provided by a museum, we can easily say that Tate Modern, has always provided a lot of stimuli in this direction. One of the last realization is the Magic Tate Ball app.
Magic Tate Ball is a new location-based mobile app from Tate, inspired by the iconic Magic 8 Ball, where players shake the ball in search of an answer to one of life’s mysteries. The difference is, when you shake your phone, this clever app presents you with an artwork that is linked to your surroundings. Using date, time-of-day, geographical location, live weather data and ambient noise levels the app will trawl through a selection of artworks from Tate’s collection for the best match.

With artworks from Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet and many more, Magic Tate Ball presents a new, playful approach to discovering art.

It is absolutely a clever “outside-the-museum” experience as the museum brings people close to its reality and its environment.

NEMO science museum

This museum (designed by Renzo Piano) gives the visitor the possibility to learn something about science through the game. It’s designed of course especially for kids (but also adults have a great time in the museum!). In the link below you can find some of the experience you can try in NEMO. This are both physical and virtual.


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