Lantern Audio has supported the Getty Research Institute in creating audio tours for their temporary exhibitions including Fluxus Means Change and Flesh & Bones.
One of the more unique museums that Lantern Audio works with is the Hammer Museum in Haines, Alaska. This niche museum, dedicated to preserving the history of the hammer, uses our OmniGuide players for the tour that they created in-house and uploaded themselves.
The museum uses Lantern's XP3 audio tour equipment that is an intrical part of their visitors' musical journey through the museum.
To ensure a premium experience to their guests, the Chicago Architecture Center uses our Group Tour System for docent led tours. Lantern also supports the CAC's mobile app tours through multiple language translations.
The Denver Art Museum has been using Lantern's DigiBee Group Tour System since 2019 to help visitors with access needs and to conduct docent led tours.
The museums that make up the FAMSF (the Legion of Honor and the de Young Museum) turned to Lantern to provide and support on-site XP3 audio tour players and web-based mobile applications to host their permanent and temporary exhibition audio tours.
Lantern provided on-site support, audio tour equipment and a mobile application for the popular touring exhibition during its long term installation in Atlanta.
COMING SOON - Lantern is working with the team at the W3R to consult with the historians as they write their own tour. We will then record and produce all 7 hours of content and provide a mobile app that spans almost the entirety of the eastern seaboard of the United States.
We provided the historic Hotel del Coronado with a creative audio tour script and production. Visitors are able to enjoy the pre-recorded or live docent tours on our OmniGuide hardware. The tour was awarded 2nd place in the 2022 National Association of Interpretation's Interpretive Media Awards.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art partnered with us to provide permanent collection and temporary exhibition audio tour production and hardware. A new permanent collection tour was written and produced in 6 languages and exhibitions like, The Impressionist's Eye have tours produced and provided to all exhibition visitors.
We provided new audio production for the garden's 3 audio tours, as well as, translated and produced the tours in Spanish.
Working with the museum team, Lantern has written and produced bilingual original audio tour productions for the ever-changing galleries of the ICA, Miami. Lantern also supports the museum's audio guide hardware and mobile app platforms.
Lantern provides the museum audio tour hardware and a mobile app for their Yin Yu Tang installation. The museum also looked to us to provide English and Mandarin production to be played as ambient audio in the galleries for their Empresses of China's Forbidden City exhibition.
For the 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show partnered with us to introduce their first audio tour. We provided the audio tour production, hardware, and operational support.
We provided the multiple voiced production for the audio tour of this newly opened historical site.
We provided the production for the self-guided tour of the historic site for an original Mayflower family.
Our partners at Museum Hack worked with us to provide audio tour production for two historic houses and a city walking tour for the Historic Charleston Foundation.
We were commissioned to script and produce nearly 100 walking tours of cities around the United States for the IZI Travel App platform.
We provided the Portuguese production for the update to the Dali Museum's audio tour program.
Our partners at Museum Hack brought us in to help with the production for Club Med's introductory audio tour for the Sandpiperbay resort.
Our OmniGuide hardware is used by the memorial for self-produced audio and docent led tours.
Lantern provides the garden with group tour equipment for use with their docent tour programs. We have also recorded and produced tours for the garden in Spanish and Hatian Creole.
The gardens chose the OmniGuide hardware to use with a more socially distanced docent tour program, as well as, future self-guided audio tours.
For their Women's Mobile Museum exhibition, our OmniGuide hardware was used with audio commentary recorded by each participating photographer.
To ensure the success of a self-produced audio tour program, we were brought in to consult on best practices for content creation, operations, and tour marketing.
We produced the audio and provided hardware for the Monster Energy AMA Supercross VIP behind the scenes tours.
The historical society purchased our DigiBee hardware for use with docent tours of the recently renovated Soldiers Memorial.