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Hühnerei - St Moritz, 2019

The "Hühnerei" is a modern, high-quality restaurant with multimedia extras.
While waiting, guests can play with a rain of eggs on a 75" screen at the entrance. At the table, different RFID points can be scanned with an egg cup to start funny animations that are projected directly onto the table.
A large graffiti wall is brought to life by animated projections.
The animated content and software were produced by inSynergie. The media technology was planned and installed by inSynergie as well.

End customer: Hotel Chesa Rosatsch AG

Show Case Karlsruhe - Karlsruhe, 2019


The "Showcase Karlsruhe" is a combination of tourism information, meeting place and showroom with a clear focus on digital media. inSynergie carried out the planning and installation for the various media technology stations.
A central point of  is the "Interactive Table". Here, an analog table was provided with invisibly integrated touch foils and projections, so that the furniture itself becomes an interactive touch interface.
Next to this, two sound showers were installed to the ceiling and allow to playback five different audio files at the push of a button.
For the "360 ° Experience", five curved monitors were installed in a ring on the ceiling, so that visitors can watch 360 ° videos, for example of drone flight recordings.
The “Interactive Shop Window” has been installed so that visitors can interactively obtain information  beyond the opening hours. The monitor behind the shop window can be operated from outside using internal optical sensors.

End customer: KTG Karlsruhe Tourismus AG

West Wing at National Museum Zurich - Zurich, 2019


inSynergie installed additional media equipment for the redesigned permanent exhibition in the west wing of the National Museum Zurich in autumn 2019. Including an interactive 65 “multi-touchscreen, which was embedded in the flat textiles in a table furniture. Furthermore, a projection was set up, which is activated via a motion detector. A large part of the media technology consists of tablet computers with protective housings, which are laid out on seating in several places, but partly also permanently installed in showcases. An audio installation creates an atmospheric spatial sound with the sounds of a festive ball.

End customer: National Museum Zurich

Round Table at National Museum Zurich - Zurich, 2019

The round table stands in the middle of the ring showcase and is an interactive projection on a glass surface with a diameter of 90 cm. The rear projection was realized with two DLP projectors. A capacitive touch foil allows the interaction and control of the projection by visitors. The table provides in-depth information on all the rings on display. A changing selection of rings is displayed in random order. By touching a text field can be opened, which provides information about the selected ring. In addition, the rings can be sorted by era, color and material.

End customer: National Museum Zurich

Experimenta Forum - Heilbronn, 2019


In the forum, visitors can contribute their opinion on important topics of the present and near future - according to the motto: "You are science".

On the ground floor of the existing building - directly opposite the new experimenta building - visitors will find interactive terminals in the light-flooded, green space, waiting to be discovered by curious hands and interested heads. There, visitors can inform themselves about scientific topics, get involved and discuss.

The software development as well as media technical work planning and installation were carried out from inSynergie.

End customer:
experimenta gGmbH - The Science Center

German Mining Museum - Bochum, 2019

The German Mining Museum is one of the largest museums in Germany and deals in its exhibitions with the origin, extraction and processing of natural resources.
But also the socio-historical and cultural developments of the mining industry and its history are illuminated more closely.

inSynergie carried out extensive media installations: elaborate projections, numerous stations with touch screens and iSHearo ohne-hand earpieces as well as special constructions for exhibits such as microscope stations.

End customer:
Deutsches Bergbau Museum Bochum

Experimenta - Heilbronn, 2019


Covering an area of ​​around 25,000 square meters the experimenta offers a unique world of knowledge and experience with around 275 interactive exhibits, four creative studios and nine laboratories as well as an observatory and an extraordinary Science Dome with spectacular science shows.
inSynergie GmbH was responsible for integration of hardware in exhibitions, laboratories, conference rooms and the digital signage system. In addition, a large software system was designed and implemented, which covers various functionalities such as media control, digital signage, content management, visitor guidance, visitor identification, heatmap, etc.

End customer:
experimenta gGmbH - The Science Center

Africa at the Linden-Museum - Stuttgart, 2019


Where is Africa? calls for a renewed understanding of the contexts and narratives of African collections in museums and for a critical interview with them. The exhibition shows how the collections were created, how they developed and which classification principles they obeyed.
inSynergie installed two projections in the exhibition as well as several digital stations with video displays and one-hand-earphones.


End customer:
Linden-Museum Stuttgart