How People Counting Can Help Small Museums (increase revenue)

We’ve always been amazed at how much some museums can do with such few staff, sometimes as small as a manager, information desk operator, docent and janitor. Come to think of it, in some cases those are all the same person. Whether this matches your operation, or your able to support a few more helpers, […]

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How To Use People Counting for Museums

Without question, the best thing about working in museums is sharing vast amounts, often lifetimes of history and knowledge with interested visitors of all different backgrounds. Being able to educate the public about a specific subject—and seeing their faces light up when learning something new—truly never gets old. But while we’re so focused on sharing […]

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Museum Trend You Can Act on in 2018: Virtual Reality (VR)

Innovation numero dos. Virtual reality – a popular way to interact with an environment that seems real through electronic equipment like goggles. See our blog about augmented reality. We also highlight other innovative trends in museums, click to learn more. 2: Virtual Reality (VR) In the past few years, inventions like Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear […]

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Museum Trend You Can Act on in 2018: Augmented Reality (AR)

Recently, we came across this article from Brilliant Design Studio, which describes the unique trends and issues facing the museum industry in the next year and into the future. The piece describes many upcoming challenges and really highlights the need to engage younger generations to ensure that museums will be along for decades to come. […]

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How AI & AR Are Changing the Way Retailers Do Business

So, picture this: it’s Thanksgiving afternoon, post-football. The table is set, and the family is just sitting down for a feast. Uncle Tim has downed more than his share of the red wine, so everyone is desperately trying not to say anything that could be mistaken for a political comment. We don’t want a repeat […]

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State Museums: How Behind-the-Scenes Management Makes History Come Alive

Here in the United States, we are lucky to have an abundance of museums. Some contain world art, others highlight the life and works of famous Americans, and still others put their state’s unique history and culture on display. These state museums are popular destinations for tourists traveling from outside the U.S. as well as […]

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Fort Dobbs, North Carolina

While in North Carolina we had a chance to visit Fort Dobbs – an 18th century fort located near Rowan County, North Carolina, used during the French and Indian War. It served as the military headquarters for the frontier company (approximately fifty men) as well as a safe-haven for settlers.               […]

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Traffic Counters For Museums

When friends ask, “what is Flonomics and what do you do?”, the simple answer is “people counting”. While the retail application for our technology seems pretty obvious, sometimes other applications need more explanation. Do you know that you can find Flonomics in other locations like museums, libraries, recreation centers, dealerships, and more? When we talk […]

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