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Established in 1998, Illumina Digital is one of the most successful multiplatform production companies in the UK. Illumina consistently produce award-winning interactive online experiences for a wide range of clients including the BBC, Channel4, V&A, The National Archives and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
After celebrating its ten year birthday in August 2008, Illumina Digital joined the ALL3MEDIA group and is building on the work it has done with the major broadcasters and new multiplatform players who have started to commission original multiplatform content of the type Illumina Digital has already shown it can deliver.
Illumina Digital is at the forefront of the creation and development of multimedia experiences to inspire learning. Illumina's solutions aim to evolve the art of learning, by giving the user the empowerment to interact with and develop creative content during the very process of learning new information or developing a new skill. In 2008, Illumina won an 'Education Innovation' award from the Royal Television Society for its modern foreign languages resource, Cliffhanger Studios. The learning sector is key to Illumina's multiplatform business for the foreseeable future.
Illumina Digital currently work with a number of Britain's leading cultural institutions including The National Theatre, the Victoria and Albert Museum, RSC and the British Museum, creating ground-breaking interactive websites and exhibition spaces. The interactive experience produced by Illumina for the Treetop Walkway at Kew Gardens this year drew new audiences to the attraction.
In 2008, Illumina Digital created a joint venture with Touch called TouchIllumina to produce original multiplatform content for major broadcasters. The future is very bright for entertainment and drama multiplatform production and with this in mind lllumina acquired the production company V Good in 2008. V Good is best known for creating the hit TV programme Tony Blair Rock Star and Inferno 999.
Illumina has been recognised with many UK industry awards including four from BAFTA (two for innovation), two from BETT and seven from the Royal Television Society.