Every person, regardless of their disability, according to their level of involvement, understanding or mobility, should be able to access artistic and cultural experiences.
Taking into account disabled people is not only limited to the physical aspect but also requires a review of the conditions for the transmission of information.
With GEED, you can offer the same exploration opportunities to all your visitors, regardless of their abilities.
The disability is made invisible by a personalized and adapted visit experience for everyone.
In most cases, a person with disabilities has to request whether the museum has appropriate mediation.
And for greater readability, the material is automatically adapted to user's capabilities : contrast, font size, etc.
Be innovative and differentiate from other institutions by offering an inclusive service for people with disabilities.
Make your institution more accessible to four disabilities types.
Navigation on the screen is done using simple gestures. The smartphone becomes a remote control to trigger audio descriptions.
Blind visitors use the visit app independently of the UI elements on the screen.
The trip between the tour stops is accompanied by an audio description of the environment.
The accompanying persons visualize in parallel visual indications of movement
The construction of audiodescription visit stations is carried out autonomously in the GEED BackOffice. The editor enters description information and loads the necessary audio files for introductions, descriptions and transitions.
Visiting stops with access limitations for the physically disabled people are rendered in VR. Additional information material is available through VR touch spots.
The construction of virtual reality scenes is done in GEED BackOffice through a AR / VR editor allowing 360 scenes import, touch spots and associated material definition.
The order of tour stops may be defined specifically for people with reduced mobility.
Turn by turn directions are are displayed between points of interest.
Specific content for easy reading and understanding is defined in the GEED BackOffice for each required language.
The visit application displays easy-to-read and understand documents with additional options to change the text size.
POIs information materials are associated with audio descriptions generated by the GEED BackOffice TTS module or from human voice recordings.
The synthetic voice uses a precise tempo and tonal intonation in order to ease the understanding by visitors with an intellectual disability.
Simplified UI and navigation based on gestures are prefered.
The user interface navigation are enhanced for fast, clear reading and use.
TTS example (DE)
TTS example (EN)
TTS example (IT)
TTS example (RU)