Now with AUGMENTED REALITY (like POKEMON GO)
STRATEGY | COMMUNICATION | LISTENING | TIME MANAGEMENT | PROBLEM SOLVING | PURE FUN!
Experience the DaVinci Adventure anytime withe AUGMENTED REALITY app, CLUEKEEPER. For the new price of $19.99 per team of 4, you can run your own activity with your friends, office mates, family or simply enjoy it by yourself. Use a custom map of the venue (pre-loaded into the app) to locate specific artwork. Then you will have to interact with art to answer questions (What does Picasso’s woman hold in her hand?) Find them all and you must scan a secret place in the museum to succeed and win the DaVinci Adventure – an augmented reality move. No running is allowed in any museum so you must use your wits and all members of your team.
Available in the following venues (click for more info):
3rd Street Promenade (coming soon)
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Detroit Institute of Arts
Phoenix Art Museum
Remember, you will need to be at the museum for it to work. Bring a charged device. While you don’t need paper or pencil (the app does it all) you may want to write down your answers anyway, especially in the Escape from Central Park. Children are encouraged but there is walking involved, about 90-120 minutes of being on your feet.
The Full Corporate Experience:
What started as a rain alternative soon became our hottest item. When MSNBC’s event in Central Park was going to be washed out by thunderstorms in 2006, “The DaVinci Code” was the rage in all the theaters. So I obtained a “cryptex” (just like the movie) and brought our adventure inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Teams still get maps with arrows but now they must navigate to the correct work of art. Part orienteering, part team bonding program and part art appreciation, your group must interact with the artwork to collect their answers, including painting, sculpture, modern art and even multi-media. Since 2006 I have led over 5,000 folks in over 25 of the country’s top museums. While we suggest larger art museums, the DaVinci Adventure also works in natural history, science and specialty museums as well as botanical gardens and zoos.