The Louvre

Implementing a solution to guide young audiences in exploring an exhibition
Digital guide
Young public

The issue at hand

The Louvre museum team aimed to enhance the experience of its young audience during the temporary exhibition “Naples in Paris – The Louvre invites the Capodimonte Museum.” The goal was to create a playful and educational interaction between children and their companions, while deepening their understanding and appreciation of the exhibited artworks.

Our solution :

To meet this challenge, Ask Mona developed the first conversational mediation tool specifically targeting children.

The experience involves photographing the artworks present in the exhibition to obtain more information about them.

The tool is embodied through the character of the child in Schedoni’s work – Charity (1611), offering an immersive and personalized experience.

Key figures

The Louvre


The average session engagement time is 13 minutes.

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