Available soon in English !
Mobil’ICI is a geolocated multimedia guide that brings an entertaining dimension to exploring the Industrial Culture Itinerary. It involves visitors in a totally immersive experience and helps improve their perception of the mining basin’s landscape in all its aspects.
Using interactive 3D technology, Mobil’ICI decodes the territory and supports visitors as they explore. The tool is intuitively user-friendly which makes using it easier when out and about.
An extended and diverse territorial offering
Mobil’ICI invites you to tour the Mining Basin’s major historical sites from end to end. It involves you in urban and natural discovery and in exploring the many remarkable heritage sites left by our region’s industrial past.
Mobil’ICI encourages users to explore the region and can be used to contribute to the transmission of this culture that unites us.
Before your visit, explore the landscape in 3D using the map and select the routes you wish to follow from the multimedia guide.
After your visit, you can log in to a personal space on this same 3D map and explore, in a real-life situation, the content collected during your visit.
How can you obtain Mobil’ICI ?
If you have an Iphone...
As from 21 July 2012, log in to the AppStore and download the application.
This application is extremely rich in content. Download the multimedia routes you want to follow using a WiFi connection on your mobile before going out and enjoy the full multimedia experience.
If you don’t have an iPhone...
Mobil’ICI is also available for loan as from 21 July 2012 !
ICI depends on a network of active partners to distribute the application to visitors. To take part in the adventure, you just need to go to the reception desk in these partner institutions (find out about their opening hours beforehand) and ask for Mobil’ICI. The device can be borrowed free of charge (one per family) in exchange for a security deposit.
Mobil’ICI’s distribution network is getting larger all the time.
Currently, Mobil’ICI can be accessed from :
Rue de Mons 3 7080 Frameries (Belgium).
> The 9-9 bis site in Oignies
> Bois du Cazier