Our references

Our main projects in 2019 and 2022:

Studio development and operation

  • Hungarian Museum of Ethnography: supply and installation of studio systems for the digitization of archival holdings
  • Matica Srpska: installation of equipment for the digitization of artefacts and books
  • National Archives: reprographic equipment and the Development of a reprographic and photographic studio, construction of a unique map digitization rack
  • Petőfi Literary Museum: installation of a digitization studio, supply of photographic and lighting equipment
  • SANU (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts): system design and construction of a large-scale digitization centre
  • Hungarian Museum of Natural History: supply, installation and training of a medium format digitization workstation
  • National Széchenyi Library: supply of digitization equipment, training
  • House of Traditions: supply, installation and training of flat-format digitization workstations


  • Hungarian National Museum: 250 18×24 glass negatives and 3D model and replica of the Csornai Diadem
  • BME Faculty of Civil Engineering Library: digitization of < 8000 drawings and sketches
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences Keleti Collection Library: digitization of Aurél Stein’s photographs
  • Printing of material for the Hungarians on the Silk Road display, digitization and copying of 14th century Arabic documents
  • Fortepan: digitization of 150 different negatives for prints for the National Gallery display
  • Military History Museum: digitization of large glass negatives
  • Digitization of the Károly Kincses’ collection
  • Digitization of the oeuvre of photographer János Eifert
  • Digitization of the photographer László Lugosi’s oeuvre
  • Museum of Ethnography: preservation digitization of negatives
  • National Museum and Institute of Theatre: preservation digitization of negatives (in progress)
  • Otto Habsburg Foundation: pilot project, test and digitization of display material
  • Andrássy Gyula Foundation: pilot project, test digitization, display material negatives
  • Hungarian National Archives: digitization of diplomas and multispectral recordings
  • Ráday Collection of the Dunamellék Calvinist Diocese: digitization of engravings and graphics for single-copy volumes
  • Digitization of the film archive of Tamás Révész
  • Budapest History Museum – Kiscell Museum: digitization of glass negatives