Tag: Limerick

1641 Depositions website

(Image: Prof. Jane Ohlmeyer looks on as Seán Ó Foghlú cuts the ribbon to launch the new website.) Last week we went along to the Science Gallery for the launch of the 1641 Depositions Bridge21 Website. This fantastic new online history resource offers an array of videos, lesson roadmaps and primary documents to schoolteachers and […]

Reviews for King John’s Castle

Great reviews keep coming in! We’ve recently received some great media coverage and visitor feedback for the exhibit at King John’s Castle in Limerick (you can read our previous blog about the project here: King John’s Castle) In an October 2013 article from the Irish Times entitled “Travel Bloggers Rate Ireland,” family blogger and National […]

Lough Gur Visitor Centre

The renovated and refurbished Lough Gur Visitor Centre opened this month, exploring the long and varied history of the region surrounding this famous Irish lake. Working with Tandem Design, our task was to create a series of narrations and display interfaces to explore the 6,000 years of human habitation in the area, and the rich archaeological […]

King John’s Castle

King John’s Castle in Limerick is one of our largest projects to date. In partnership with Tandem Design, we undertook the telling of the castle’s 800-year history by utilizing interactive technology combined with exhibit design, imagery, actors, and interactive set pieces. This castle has played a part in some of the most critical moments of […]