The basic principle behind developing this system is that public spaces in venues across the sector are very similar. The ticket office, shop, bar and cafe in Art galleries, Museums and theatres etc follow a similar pattern and what works for one is applicable for all. As a network, members share and influence projects created across all the content mixes supported by TILO (interactive media artworks, personalised visitor experiences, loyalty schemes, social media links, community initiatives, Big data hookups, projects for children and the elderly). TILO is also not for profit, so every pound invested into the network supports shared projects and gives a multiple return on investment.
We are in the process of finalising our cost model. However it is based around three specific areas and the size and complexity of the requirements.
INSTALL: We don’t supply the hardware but as a rough guide to install four 47 inch ultra thin bezel commercial screens and an basic configuration design and install of the TILO software would be £13,000
SUPPORT: A support, licence and maintenance fee of £1000 per year
NETWORK(optional) Being part of the TILO content network, between £2,000 and £10,000 per year
We are currently collating our research and will add a section including downloads detailing our approach and findings
No we don’t sell screens, we have a preferred partner and we do offer guidance on rough costs.
Tilo does rely on some basic computer hardware and we have a specification for that. We also recommend a basic list of hardware cameras and Kinect style cameras that some of the more interactive content uses.
Tilo is primarily a software platform. If you already have existing screen infrastructure then TILO should be able to easily run on your current hardware.
This is one of the most powerful yet simplest strengths of TILO. Its ability to take an hdmi input from any device, (raspberry pi, Linux machine, PC or MAC and take control of how and when the content is displayed on the TILO controlled screens. This makes it easy for TILO to schedule complex media artworks or adhoc events using visitor’s equipment.
A basic setup can support 3 simultaneous artist computers. Additional hardware should allow this number to increase. This means you can automatically schedule when these machines appear on the screen, or have them controlled by external triggers or events