Some consider museums to be a relic of the past, but in reality it is worth a little “spicing up” them with modern technologies, as they again arouse the interest of the public. The creation of an augmented reality museum allows you to present visitors with a new unusual experience. Revive the artifacts of antiquity, show their three-dimensional projections and provide an opportunity to study the exhibits from all sorts of angles.

Once we have already developed the Svitlitsya application and are ready to repeat it. This is an interactive museum of Shevchenko in Brovary, which began to attract tourists from all over the country thanks to its competent adaptation to modernity. The application was developed on the free Unity engine for iOS and Android using the general principles of organizing the interaction of the application with the server via the HTTP protocol. We were able to bring the exhibits to life and make them interactive by creating animated 3D models in Autodesk 3DS MAX and BLENDER. If you are interested in developing an augmented reality application for a museum, contact us.


Your own mobile app is a great tool for capturing the attention of new customers and increasing conversions. It can be used to conduct surveys, collect insights and provide users with new experiences. The development of a mobile application with elements of augmented reality for a museum is being created just for this – to give people fresh sensations and a new look at familiar museum exhibits and works of art. The development cost is made up of four factors:

  • technical complexity;
  • scope of work;
  • the number of employees involved and their payment;
  • terms.

The more screens an app has, the more expensive it usually gets. This also includes a variety of functions that the client would like to see – as their number grows, so does the associated costs. To speak more substantively and specifically, before starting the development, we invite each client to meet and discuss all the nuances personally. You describe the vision of the future project, and we offer options for how the idea can be implemented. We draw up technical specifications, distribute tasks between employees and start work. What you end up with is an interactive museum ready to conquer the minds and hearts of history buffs.


No matter how pretentious it may sound, digital technologies have freed art and breathed new life into it. By themselves, these islands of frozen history will never lose their relevance, because there have always been, are and will be people who are carried away by the past. However, this does not mean that museums should go behind the information society. On the contrary, as soon as the first museums in the world began to integrate AR into their exhibits, the number of visitors increased markedly. Interactive excursions with augmented reality elements are more interesting than traditional ones for a number of reasons:

  • AR elements make it easier to get acquainted with the exhibition exhibits and clearly demonstrate some intriguing facts about them;
  • visitors can independently receive interesting information without imposing – this gives a feeling of research, because everyone can study the history and features of a particular work, armed with only one smartphone;
  • you can add game elements and implement other interesting mechanics to increase engagement.Have you seen how the Cretaceous Triceratops move? Not in cartoons, but in fact. Scientists are quite capable of simulating such a thing, but it is problematic to show it in museums. Unless you use augmented reality technologies to create museums, where this hypothetical Triceratops will be as a virtual object. Or paintings by great artists, about which the visitor can get all the information right from your application. Why do you need a tour guide or guide, if most people do not like to just follow someone and listen to a monotonous memorized speech. People want to share impressions and emotions with friends, they are eager to explore and explore the world on their own – so why not give them that opportunity?

We are convinced that the creation of an augmented reality museum is a huge step towards attracting a new audience. Especially young people who do not want to part with a smartphone for a minute. If you agree – leave a request on the site. We will arrange a meeting and discuss how it will be possible to revive the exhibits of the museum and attract new visitors.




Analyzing the request, studying the market and competitors. Forming a development offer based on the goals and objectives of the project.


Writing a specification that describes in detail how the application works.


Modeling objects in 3D. Drawing the interface based on the corporate identity of the project. If you don't have it, we will develop it.


Making layout and writing good & easy supportable code.
Developing the server part of an app.


Checking good & easy supportable code.
Debugging apps.


The project is ready to launch. Publishing applications on the Appstore and Google Play.


Improving apps and adding new functionality. Making sure that updates to operating systems, Apple and Google services do not interfere with the operation of applications. Fixing problems.

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