In collaboration with a variety of museums and cultural institutions in Denmark, Cordura has developed series of new digital communication solutions. In the list below we have compiled a selection of projects that can be experienced around the country. More cases are published in the danish version.
|Randers Kunstmuseum, Ribe Kunstmuseum, Fuglsang Kunstmuseum, HEART|
In collaboration with Randers, Ribe, Fuglsang Art Museum and HEART Cordura has developed an extensive digital communication project for the art exhibition Vilhelm Kyhn and the Danish landscape.
|Post & Tele Museum, Copenhagen|
The Post & Tele Museum is opening a major new exhibition on The Century of Communication, where Cordura has delivered interactive installations in collaboration with Poco Piu and Fenris Film.
On the 12th of October 2011 Kattegatcentret struck their doors open to a new experience zone called 'Sea in the stomach'. The exhibition is created in collaboration between Cordura, Poco Piu and Kattegatcentret.
In January 2011 Vestforbrændingen opened their brand new teaching facilities called "Wastelab".
Cordura has developed a TouchWall-solution to Holstebro Museum, linked to the exhibition on Hans Dissing mechanical toys.
|Kattegatcentret, Grenaa & AQUA, Silkeborg|
'The Salmon from River to Sea' is a collaborative project between Kattegatcentret, Aqua freshwater aquarium, CAT Productions and Cordura.
|Nordsøen Oceanarium, Hirtshals|
Together with Nordsømuseet Cordura has developed six interactive installations for the museum's major new exhibition, Expedition North Sea.
|Museum of Industry, Horsens|
In collaboration with the Museum of Industry in Horsens Cordura has developed a mobile guide based on Smartphones and 2D barcodes.
Along with Skagens Museum Cordura developed "ZIG-ZAG" on various digital platforms disseminates Skagen painters' lives and works.