Category Archives: Inspiration

Fellow Travelers @ #MCN2015

By Sofie Andersen   Coming away from #MCN2015 is like leaving 'museum camp'. It’s an astonishing, curious community of creative technologists – questioning, sharing, re-thinking what we do. The best thing about it is the people, of course, but also the ideas ...

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Making Virtual Reality, a Reality

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While attending Internet Week New York 2015 last month, I took in the prescient panel entitled “Virtual Reality: The New Hub for Storytelling”.  The participants, Mike Woods Executive Creative Director and Head of VR Studio at Framestore, David Payne Chief Digital Officer ...

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Gute Künstler….Good Artists…

  Eva Wesemann, Antenna's Creative Director Germany, reflects on the „Rijksstudio“, the subject of recent discussions at MAI-Tagung (Museums and the Internet, Dortmund 11.-12.5.15). The German original is followed by an English translation.  Gute Künstler kopieren – Große Künstler klauen! Pablo Picasso Auf der Rückreise von der diesjährigen ...

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Take 5: Opening up the museum – towards personalization

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One of our great modern conundrums, and not just in museums is; Are we using technology for the sake of it? And how can we make sure it benefits our overall experience, rather than detracts? How can it open new ...

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Inspired…by architecture

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Today's #museumweek post combines #architectureMW and #inspirationMW and is by Chris Bazley, Antenna's own architecture buff. Take it away, Chris....   Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center Unlike so many other great museums, this does not leap out from the crowd, shouting “I am a MUSEUM”; ...

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Five Things: “Sticky” Beginnings

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With audio, apps, games, and immersive theater all trying to give audiences the opportunity to become storytellers, we’ve been sharing the work of producers who are making the creative process itself ever more audience driven. What ways can we breathe new ...

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Five Things: “Sticky” Motion

How is it that an image, a space, a passage of text, or an exhibition touches a nerve and creates a 'sticky' memory - one that stays with you many hours, days, even years later? In a series of posts, we'll ...

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Hacking the Museum

We recently ran into Nick Gray, the founder of Museum Hack, at MuseumIdeas, and asked him to tell us about his passion-based storytelling.   How do you foster a culture of innovation in your organization? We are still a pretty young company, and our ...

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