Interactive Solutions

Interactivity has a positive effect on the visitor experience. It keeps visitors more engaged and gives them the feeling that they are in control and are playing the leading role! Action and reaction are what it’s all about when it comes to interactive solutions. We specialise in customised interactive systems for theme parks, FECs, museums, shopping centres, zoos and other leisure organisations. Through our decades of experience in developing a variety of interactive systems, we can provide various turnkey solutions, but can also offer customised solutions for every customer and every request. Our interactive technology offers unparalleled possibilities. We would love to get together with you to discuss the various options.

Interactive technology

Our philosophy has always been to develop interactive systems offering the greatest visitor experience and the lowest maintenance costs. In other words, we are committed to affordable quality. We develop our systems in-house to guarantee the quality and functionality.
You can come to us for various types of interactive technologies. For example, we offer different trigger and shoot systems for use in a wide range of rides, but we also use touch & swipe control, motion-detection systems and gesture control. In addition, we supply small-scale standalone interactive solutions, using push buttons, touch screens, levers and various sensor solutions, including RFID readers. See, for example, the project that we executed for DSM’s interactive exhibition stand.

With our interactive technologies, we are able to allow visitors to interact with physical objects, scenery and media, in the form of video screens and video projections. Our latest development even allows visitors to interact with live actors and moving targets and we can make targets randomly switch locations. Our latest interactive system is therefore the most innovative and unique interactive system in the world.

Most of the interactive technologies that we use are developed to enable a scoring system to easily be integrated. Specific points can then be awarded to individual visitors for each target or task, to make the ride or experience even more fun. A scoring system also enables competition and encourages repeat visits. At the end of the ride or experience, visitors’ individual scores and high scores are displayed on a large video screen.

The modular design of many systems means it is relatively easy to add additional functionalities at any time, such as additional targets, additional interactive devices or special effects, such as animatronics and, for example, light and sound effects.

Interactive systems

Lagotronics Projects specialises in developing and installing interactive systems in theme parks, FECs, museums, experience centres, shopping centres and other leisure organisations.

Our numerous years of experience and the many interactive systems that we have already developed stand us in good stead to offer a solution for almost every ride or experience. We also offer solutions for small and large requests and budgets. Feel free to ask us about the possibilities, or share your requirements with us.

2nd generation interactive technology

Our 2nd generation interactive technology is mainly based on interaction with physical objects and scenery. The system is often used in dark rides, indoor and outdoor family rides and in walkthrough rides, such as the magic wand experience (Toverhuis (Magical House) and Tover Route (Magical Route) in Roermond).

3rd generation interactive technology

The 3rd generation interactive system was developed to enable interaction with video screens and video projections. This system is mainly used in media-based rides, such as media dark rides and interactive 3D rides.

4th generation interactive technology

Our most recently developed interactive system, the 4th generation, uses positioning technology. This interactive system offers many new possibilities and is also ready for the future, for example for the integration of head-mounted displays. The positioning technology means that, at any point in time, we know where a visitor is in the ride or in space, and we can link actions to this. For example, activating a surprising special effect when someone is in a certain position.

Advantages of our interactive systems

Our systems have proven to have very little downtime as a result of inactive devices or targeting systems. This is mainly because the technology has been developed using as few mechanical parts that are sensitive to wear and tear as possible; no conventional switches and no lasers and cameras (sensitive equipment) are used and we only work with industrial products and components. This means we can guarantee a high-quality and safe system with a long service life.

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Top-of-the-line technology. Extensive experience. World’s best brands. For both small and major projects. We always provide the best audiovisual solution!


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Just tell us your ideas and use your imagination! Our creative drive, out-of-the-box thinking and extensive experience guarantee stunning experiences for every business!

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IAAPA Expo Europe, booth #1121

September 13-15 2022
ExCeL - International Exhibition Centre
London, United Kingdom

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November 15-18 2022
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL, US

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