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published: March 2004
Cognitive Applications is an international consultancy that helps clients to develop web sites, touchscreen kiosks, CD-ROMs, DVD-ROMs and other forms of advanced interactive software.
Founded in 1985, the company is one of the most experienced of its kind in the world. We produced the Micro Gallery at the National Gallery in London. Opened in 1991, this was the first major public access system using full colour digital images. The same team then went on to produce Microsoft Art Gallery, the first CD-ROM to be reviewed by the New York Times.
We have now completed more than 300 projects in areas including science, art, design, medicine, social care and sport. We specialize in projects that engage the public and our clients include museums, galleries and government bodies, as well as commercial organisations.