Natural History Museum Rijeka Culture and Arts

Interactive kiosks for the Natural History Museum Rijeka as part of the LIKE project

The Natural History Museum Rijeka has successfully implemented the project "Living on Karst Edge" (LIKE), funded by the Cross-border Cooperation Program Interreg V-A Slovenia-Croatia in the financial period from 2014 to 2020. The main goal of the project was to protect and restore biodiversity and promote ecosystem services, through the establishment of a cooperative management program and effective monitoring of the Natura 2000 karst edge.

Through this project, the Museum decided to set the necessary equipment to educate visitors about the protection of biodiversity of the karst area. As part of the equipment, the museum set several interactive kiosks through which visitors can learn about the flora and fauna and discover entertaining content through applications. The common goal of all workshops and educational programs is to increase awareness and the need for nature protection and to give visitors a sense of responsibility for its preservation.


The Natural History Museum Rijeka has initiated a project for the protection and restoration of biodiversity of ecosystems, through which the permanent exhibition (with the theme of the Natura 2000 and nature protection) will be rearranged with innovative solutions.


Deliver a quality visually impressive and at the same time cost-effective solution in the form of interactive kiosks that will be well noticed and accepted by visitors.

Our approach

Research on biology, ecology and genetic structure of species and habitats has been conducted and presented through interactive applications in a modern and educational way. The expected result was the development of contemporary educational content with an emphasis on nature protection.


PandoPad® FLOOR 32“ and PandoPad® WALL 42“ interaktive kisoks, the PandoPad® Manager system as a central place for managing all content and the PandoPad® Applications multilingual package in Croatian, English and Slovenian.