Ortelia Interactive takes pride in the fact that we have a deep understanding of the Cultural Heritage sector. We understand the needs of the sector and its fiscal constraints. Our mission is to bring the available digital technologies to the sector in an innovative and effective manner thereby allowing organisations to extend their reach and audiences.

Ortelia can provide fully-detailed models of gallery venues: we ‘install’ an exhibition (either one that is upcoming, or – if you have the images of an exhibition that is no longer on display – a past exhibition) in an interactive model of your venue. One advantage in modeling a venue virtually is that it can be reused for each new exhibition that is shown in the space.

These virtual models offer guided tours of the venue as well as the option for users to explore the gallery or museum by themselves. In addition, our applications provide museums and galleries a means of extending their audiences.

Ortelia can also provide virtual models of art exhibitions, museum objects, and videos, with the sound tuned so that it replicates the level of sound in the ‘real’ exhibition.

Additionally, Ortelia offers school groups and young patrons the chance to try curating their own exhibition or to learn about a particular artist or work.

Historic venues may also wish to show their patrons a view of the venue in previous incarnations, and Ortelia’s virtual modeling easily accommodates those needs. It also allows venues to display some of their objects and works in more than one location or context. Ortelia specialises in the modelling and archiving of heritage buildings.

Ortelia also undertakes website development in the cultural heritage sector. We have established a strong network of website designers and programmers who work to the standards set by Ortelia. Ortelia oversight of such projects guarantees the delivery of outstanding products and services to budget and on time.