CX Project

TILO

TILO

In partnership with MeYouandUs, Amaze, Pixel inspiration, FACT, Phoenix, IOCP and CX at Lancaster University.

3 Commercial Partners
Manchester
Liverpool
5 Academic Researchers
Glyndwr University, North Wales
CX PhD Student
CX PhD Student
Naomi Jacobs
Knowledge Exchange Associate
CX PhD Student

TILO is a hybrid display system for Arts and Cultural venues. It uses digital screens situated in the public spaces of a venue and combined with live feeds and sensors displays engaging, interactive and personalised content. TILO aims to create a dialogue between the arts organisation, the building and its visitors, and will allows artists to carry out their own interventions. The system was piloted at FACT in Liverpool, the UK's leading media arts centre.

 

Supported by Nesta, Arts & Humanities Research Council and public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England 

Latest Project Activity

TILO Report published

8th Jun 2015
The report from the TILO project is now available for download. The Digital R&D Fund for the Arts has now published the final report for the MeYouAndUs TILO project, which developed a hybrid display system for Arts and Cultural venues using digital screens situated in the public spaces.  You can download the...

Digital R&D Learning Event

23rd Jun 2014
Alastair and Hannah introduced TILO at this event recently. The full presentation can be seen here:  

Testing TILO at a live exhibition

31st Mar 2014
On Thursday 27th March, FACT launched their new exhibition ‘Science Fiction: New Death’. Alongside this launch, the TILO project undertook the first public testing of the Awakening intervention, which is a mini-project on the TILO system via which the Lancaster team are examining effects which interactive screens may have on audiences...

Labour, recreation and rest at FACT

27th Jan 2014
Here I am sitting at the co-working space at FACT, where the past 14th of January we had a TILO meeting, in which Alastair and Jimi (MeYouandUs) gave us an amazing demonstration of a ready-to-be-installed version of TILO; and Gareth threw some preliminary findings. As TILO is soon to be installed, there...