At historic Fort DeSoto in Pinellas County you will find the Quartermaster Museum.
Inside is a great exhibition about the Fort and the surrounding areas.
Inside a kiosk designed to look like an army shipping box is a touchscreen interactive program developed by Silver Image Interactive, Inc.
Producing interactive programs in the state of Florida since 1992 has given Silver Image Interactive, Inc. has an extensive background in research and development of programs that relate to the history of Florida.

Fort DeSoto is another interactive touch screen program that uses the extensive background of Silver Image Interactive, Inc. staff to provide another great product.
The program covers the history of Mullet Key, the future home of Fort DeSoto and Egmont Key.
Visitors can pick the area of interest for them as the system is interactive.
Interactive programs provide a level of detail that can't be duplicated by just watching a video program.
Many of the graphics are hand colored by our creative staff to blend into the story being told.
Extensive menus move the users through the program with ease.
Silver Image Interactive, Inc. uses graphics, audio, video, 2D and 3D animation, professional narration and music to bring historical stories to life.
Many of these images come from the Silver Image Interactive, Inc. graphics collection.

Producing award-winning multimedia products

since 1991

Silver Image Interactive, Inc.

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