INTERACTIVE HERITAGE DISCOVERY TRAIL

Bringing the story & history of a place to life with interactive interpretive panels is a great way to engage with visitors. Whether it be story panels suitable for pen and paper rubbing or digital story telling points, encouraging visitors to interact makes for a more memorable experience.

​Wood Rubbing: A tactile and engaging way to 'feel the history' and experience making a mark.

 

 

 

Digital Story Telling: Either with smart phone QR codes or in-built displays using augmented reality.

 

 

 

Sound & Music: Special interactive audio points will help visitors hear the traditional voice and sounds.

An exciting and engaging discovery trail is planned for the pedestrian walkway to make the visitor's experience fun and stimulating. Arthur's Seat or its traditional name 'Wonga', has a rich indigenous heritage as well as a fabulous range of plants & animals.

 

SPECIAL EXPERIENCES OF THE DISCOVERY TRAIL
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The landscape's human & ecological history are a tremendous asset to this project which will add to the value of the visitor's experience.

ADVANCES IN TECHNOLOGY CAN NOW PROVIDE AMAZING INTERPRETIVE EXPERIENCES.

Mobile devicesuse augmented reality to reveal location specific information to different audiences. School chidren on a heritage and environmental exploration can be presented with tailored material. Other user groups such as sports, horticultural or ornathological can have tailored experiences.

 

 

Watch the video to see the potential of augmented reality software

Arthur's Seat Adventure Park

Dromana

Victoria

Australia

    © Website & landscape design Copyright Todd Creative Media 2015-2033- Images used on this website are © Copyright of the original photographer and have been used as indicative examples. If you are the copyright owner and have an issue with your image being used to help explain the Arthur's Seat Adventure park concept please drop us an email. No copyright infringement is intended and the ownership of the images is unequivocably with the copyright originator. As we don't have a built adventure park scheme yet these images have been used to communicate the common concept of a mountain bike park and outdoor centres.