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Livdeo, Perception and Terentia support Digital Collections Summit

We’re delighted to announce that three innovative companies known for their work in the museum sector are supporting this year’s MuseumNext Digital Collections Summit as sponsors.

Livdeo, Perception and Terentia have signed up to support the event which takes place online from October 4-6. Jim Richardson, Founder of MuseumNext, said: “This year has seen museums embrace digital tools as never before and I’m excited to have three businesses that are at the heart of this digital transformation partnering with us for the MuseumNext Digital Collections Summit.”


Livdeo provides inclusive and interactive digital solutions for museums and galleries.

Livdeo’s GEED platform brings storytelling scenarios management and distribution to visitors’ mobile devices as PWAs, including innovative features such as AI objects recognition, augmented multilingual audio description and audio storytelling for video screens.



Perception is an immersive technology company.

Their marketplace, The Morpheus Project, is the first ever Holo-NFT art community allowing artists and galleries to display their holographic collectables and sell them to supporters.

Perception is set to reshape the arts and cultural sector through partnerships with museums, galleries and artists, which aim to preserve human history.



Terentia is dedicated to empowering cultural institutions to manage data, develop insights and tell compelling stories in the digital age. Through continuous collaboration with GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums) and other cultural organisations, Terentia develops, implements, and supports cloud-native software solutions for digital asset management, collections management and storytelling for the industry.

With a team that spans the UK, US and Canada, Terentia combines SaaS technology expertise with extensive experience in strategic change management to help drive and support digital innovations for cultural institutions.


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