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IMAGEEN as a reference of “tourism to the past”

IMAGEEN as a reference of “tourism to the past”
12
Sep

With the premiere of Imageen-Mérida a few months ago, the positioning of Imageen is of total leadership among the companies that propose the use of virtual reality to understand and visit the different museum, archaeological and urban spaces.

The Imageen VR application, the container of all the spots and experiences developed by Imageen, is now available on all possible platforms: IOS, Google Play, Oculus and very soon on the innovative Asian platform, Pico.

  • IOS: https://goo.gl/saKMZE
  • Google: https://goo.gl/F9bBhJ
  • Oculus: https://goo.gl/qVrvN8
  • Very soon in Pico: https://www.pico-interactive.com/shop

Imageen apps have surpassed 200,000 downloads since Imageen Tarraco was launched for the first time in January 2015. Now the projects have multiplied in our geography, and soon our first international project in Portugal will be launched: http://www.imageen.net/tongobriga-desarrollo/

Additionally, the implementation of projects in the most important sites of archaeological tourism and heritage cities, such as Mérida, Tarragona or Cartagena, is offering us the opportunity to gain a lot of experience in the management of the museography and its implementation, placing Imageen already in almost the only reference for this type of visits. The audio guides, no doubt, will soon become a completely secondary actor in this scenario.

In parallel we continue incorporating places to our portfolio: to the aforementioned  Portuguese of Tongobriga we hope to add Lisbon soon, and here in Spain, we are about to sign with Madrid Destino the first Imageen that refers to a space in the capital of Spain: the Plaza Mayor and its 400 years of History. Other projects such as Lugo, Málaga or Coruña are on the verge of becoming a reality soon.

All this thanks to a magnificent team that will end up turning this company into the true and almost only reference of what soon everyone will know as “tourism to the past”.