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The year of the new audio tour
Newsletter February 2016
The term 'audio tour' is often associated with wrong and old fashion thoughts. People often think of large audio bats, audio that goes on forever, difficult to operate devices and a general service that costs lots of time and money. The thing is that this is no longer the case and defiantly not with the Podcatcher. We continue to develop the system with the philosophy of always using a simple and easy to use device for the visitors and museum, but always create an outstanding experience and tour by cleverly using interactive technology. You can read more about this in our 'Spotlight Projects’ piece or experience it during one of our Walk-ins.Please do join us during one of our walk-ins or contact us if you have any questions!The Guide ID Team
Visitors and staff are very happy with thePodcatcher because it is so simple.
Their commitment and passion has been evident and unwavering from our initial meeting to the delivery of the project.
Ioannis Ioannidis, Interpretation manager, English Heritage
Staff like that there is no need to explain anything to visitors.
People's History Museum
91% of our visitors answeredYes to the question "Do you like the tour?"
Royal Dutch Palace
The Podcatcher Platform turned out to be the perfect solution for the challenge of translating the different languages used in the video into our seven 'museum languages' simultaneously.
Tom Brink, head of Publications and Presentations, Anne Frank House
My kids enjoyed the quiz and welearned ,together as a family
Visitor, at Gaia Zoo
A tour was what the gardens needed to bring them to life.
Hall Place gardens
Children and families enjoyThe Podcatcher and learned more.
Developing an audio tour in one month, for one evening? This is easily done with the Podcatcher!
Trees van Mansfeld,Public engagement & Education, Museum our lord in the attic.
We now base decisions on researchresults by doing surveys on the Podcatcher.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery
Even my grandparents understood howthe handsets worked.
Visitor, at Pembroke castle
Using the Podcatcher is a greatway to bring our stories to life
Paleis Het Loo
Our visitors and staff enjoy thePodcatcher because it's so easy to use.
We now base decisions on actualresearch results from surveys on the Podcatcher.
91% of visitors answeredYes to Did you like the tour?
73% of kids said theylearned more & had fun.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery
We chose the Podcatcher because it was a Guide and research tool in one.
Benjamin O'Connor - Garden Museum
We were really enthusiastic about the simplicity and flexibility which suits our exhibition well.
KPM Museum, Berlin
Now all visitors get a Podcatcher, our services have become more personal for all visitors.
Afrika Museum, Berg en Dal
We chose for the Podcatcher because its so easy to use and because itsso simple to add extra layers of interpretation for our visitors.
Heleen van Ketwich, Manager Commercial business,The New Church en Hermitage Amsterdam
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