Icelandic software company Locatify recently received a research and development grant from Rannis, which administers the main public competitive funds in the fields of research, innovation, education and culture in Iceland. The grant is awarded to Locatify to help develop a […]
There has been an increase in global interest around digital treasure hunt games following the widespread popularity of Pokemon GO which is reflected in our latest releases. An ongoing game is taking place inside Lyngby Storcenter, a shopping center in […]
We are pleased to have completed the installation of the Automatic Museum Guide at the Þórbergssetur Museum, located at Hali in Suðursveit, Iceland. The guide offers a lively addition and enriches the interpretation and stories of the remarkable writer Þórbergur Þórðarson.
The visitor explores […]
The app presents a schedule of events, floor maps of the expo area, information about the booths and a treasure hunt game in the booths using indoor location technology. Booth information and treasure hunt challenges are available in the app. The […]
The team building company Geotrail created an App in Locatify’s Creator CMS where 400 player can play a GPS scavenger hunt. The treasure hunt games presented are published by Geotrail.dk for team building activities in Denmark. More event organizers have found the […]
We are proudly announcing the release of an automatic museum guide app for National Portrait Gallery in London, United Kingdom. The app covers Face of Britain exhibition and works on iBeacon technology thus providing location-based content to visitors. The venue […]
The iBeacon (a.k.a. Bluetooth Low Energy beacon, Bluetooth Version 4, or BLE) is an industry standard allowing devices such as smartphone applications to detect when a beacon is near by and present the appropriate content. […]