Museum of Possibilities

  • The customer

    The Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities in the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment facilitates empowerment of the persons with disabilities, who as per Census 2011 are 2.68 crore and are 2.21 percent of the total population of the Country. These include persons with Visual, Hearing, Speech & Locomotive disability, Mental Retardation, Mental Illness, Multiple Disability and any other disabilities.

  • The Problem

    The Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities is developing a museum for people with disabilities which would have galleries displaying tactile art , and models which can guide them through processes and techniques for their betterment like designing a disability- friendly house , etc.. The department was looking for advance technological solutions which could enhance visitor experience and aid visitors in getting access to the museum facility with ease once its built.


The Solution

We are developing VR,IoT and Web/Mobile application development based solutions for the museum of possibilities to enhance visitor experience of the museum. These solution include :
Website development
A web page with payment gateway integration for providing easy access to information regarding the museum of possibilities and to allow visitors to book tickets for the museum.
VR Walkthrough
A 360 Degree Immersive tour through the museum, with audio and key annotations.
IoT based Indoor Navigation Application
A mobile application which can provide information regarding the museum like museum layout, information on various attractions of the museum, etc. The application can also detect Bluetooth Beacons installed across the museum hallways and galleries and accurately guide visually impaired to different locations within the museum using voice commands in terms of step count and directions.

VR based solutions enhances visitor experience and increases footfall using customer experience marketing.

Allows customers to book tickets for the museum from the comfort of their home.

Reduces the need for multiple manned information desks in the museum.

Allows visually impaired persons to navigate through the museum with ease.