The Hill of Tara is a hill and ancient ceremonial and burial site in County Meath, Ireland. According to tradition, it was the inauguration place and seat of the High Kings of Ireland, and it also appears in Irish mythology. Tara consists of numerous monuments and earthworks – from the Neolithic to the Iron Age – including a passage tomb, burial mounds, round enclosures, a standing stone and a ceremonial avenue. The Hill of Tara visitor centre was visited by 166,468 people in 2018. To enrich the offer for the visitors, a number of touchscreens with interactive content could be installed to help the visitors to explore the site up close first before heading on a tour or walk around. The Storytelling tool can be used to create such interactive applications in a visually attractive way.
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