Category Archives: Technology

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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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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Maptime: The New Storyteller

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   “Without the aesthetic, the computer is but a mindless speed machine, producing effects without substance, form without relevant content, or content without meaningful form.” - Paul Rand If you haven’t already noticed, there is an explosion of maps and data visualizations ...

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Personalization and the Stedelijk Museum

By Miranda Smith Earlier this year, we posted about new research being carried out on personalized tours in cultural spaces, co-funded by the European Commission, called the CHESS Project. CHESS, which stands for Cultural Heritage Experiences through Socio-personal interactions and Storytelling, has now expanded ...

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5 things from…REMIX London

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By Josh Greenberg Earlier this week, the Antenna LAB London team had a fantastic couple of days at REMIX. Now in it's 3rd year, the conference brings together leading cultural, technological, and entrepreneurial minds, for a fascinating and fast paced two days. ...

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5 Perspectives – Engaging Underrepresented Audiences

by Anne-Gaelle LeFlohic Tuesday 4 November -  It’s a lovely autumnal morning, and the façade of the National Gallery, London, with its majestic columns and pediment overlooking Trafalgar Square, appears in all its pomp and glory. I’m on my way inside ...

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5 Things: From Museomix

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Museomix, is an event that takes place simultaneously in institutions across the world, in part, remixing, reinterpreting and reimagining an exhibition space, working in a team to create a prototype that brings new ideas to life and contributing to a ...

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