We are producing resources and guidelines for educators and communicators to use sound (and other multi-sensory approaches) to make engaging and accessible workshops, exhibitions and lessons. If you are an educator or communicator and wish to find out more, please contact us at 

Educational Shows

We create audio-visual shows, using sound to represent key concepts and data. Our 'flagship' output to date is the show "Audio Universe: Tour or the Solar System". This show represents everything in the Solar System with sounds, as well as with visuals. It is available for viewing on YouTube, as well as for planetariums (full-dome format). The show is designed to be accessible to people with all levels of vision, and has proven to be engaging for a variety of special educational needs and disability groups. 

Multi-sensory Workshops

We are developing multi-sensory, accessible educational workshops are exhibitions. The workshops combine auditory, tactile and visual elements such that a variety of available activities are suitable for children with various levels of sight and/or hearing. You can obtain information about how to run these on our Educational Workshops page. We have been delivering these workshops in the North East region of England (photos below). 

Good Practices

We have also compiled a list of "good practises" that we learnt, which we hope can help guide accessible show and workshop development by other groups. 

Accessible Education

We have produced multi-sensory classroom based activities, shows, and we are now developing resources for a science exhibition. These aim to be inclusive for students, and the general public, who are blind or have low vision and those with other Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). This 1 minute video includes SEND pupils, and their teacher, discussing the benefits of our work and collaboration with them (video credit: Newcastle City Council).