Mums develop iSpy app to take museums into the virtual world

Mums develop iSpy app to take museums into the virtual world
 

Two enterprising mums have hit on a high-tech way to make museums more fun for kids.
Caroline Inwood and Nicky Thompson, who run Bright Things Technology, based at Huddersfield’s Media Centre, have devised a free app called iSpy to turn a trip to the museum into an exciting adventure for youngsters aged four to 11.
The first venue to launch is the National Coal Mining Museum near Grange Moor. The launch takes place on Saturday, October 22, which coincides with the half-term holiday.
From there, Caroline and Nicky plan to make iSpy available for many more UK museums, galleries and visitor... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 29
Source: Examiner
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