Overlooking the Dordogne valley, the Château de Monbazillac estate, an exceptional 16th century residence and symbol of the terroir of the same name, wanted to give its museum dedicated to the vine a facelift. A project supported by the winegrowers’ association aimed at creating a place of education, a witness to history.
Within this listed castle, you can navigate from the past to the present thanks to new technologies. The visit has become dynamic, collaborative, immersive and fun thanks to videos, audio commentaries, light shows, riddles, mapping and animations around emblematic objects of the winegrowing culture and its history.
In order to make the visit accessible to all audiences, including the hearing impaired, the association has entrusted AXIANS to equip these new interactive systems with a magnetic induction loop.
In order to make this device inclusive, the objective was to make this broadcast audio accessible to the hearing impaired.
In order to make this possible, our expert equipped each support with DCL20 magnetic loop amplifiers from Opus Technologies. Taking into account the specific constraints of the project, the integration of each magnetic loop was carefully studied, with integration both on the floor and directly on the interactive supports
Type of interactive object equipped
Under the carpet
Under the table
Inside a lamp
Behind a chart
For this project, we would like to thank our client, Château Monbazillac, for its confidence and the installer AXIANS for its expertise.
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The Loop Cable
The Loop Cable is a cable with a variable resistance to the induction loop. It can be installed through a floor, a wall, or ceiling.
The Loop Cable can be adapted with every induction loop.
DCL20 is an induction loop kit which enables to equip small area as reception desks or counter. This system enables to meet equal opportunity standards and provide accessibility to hearing-impaired people who own a hearing-aid with « T » position.