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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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What Are Your Visitors Really Telling You?

by Mandy Smith   This week marks the 42nd Annual Museum Computer Network Conference.  Of the four panels Antenna is proud to be participating in, I’m particularly interested in What Are Your Visitors Really Telling You? Data Analytics and What to Do with ...

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5 Things: From Museomix

Museomix 2014

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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Collecting Data – from you!

Are you in the cultural sector and collecting data analytics? If so, what are your visitors really telling you? What are you doing with data that is helpful to others?  We want to know. Your feedback is important!    Kyle Jaebker, Director IMA ...

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An evening of crime – and other stories

Frank Rose Serial Storytelling

What’s the best way to describe an evening spent making cardboard cutouts, dreaming up crime scenarios, looking back at the evolution of serial storytelling and spilling beer over perfect strangers – for free?? It’s part of an experiment led by Lance ...

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Adventures in Storytelling – Punchdrunk and The National Maritime Museum

Theatrical Mask

By Giles Pooley This week sees the announcement that Punchdrunk - the acclaimed producers of immersive theatrical productions on both sides of the Atlantic- have devised a brand new family experience for the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London. This re-imagining of ...

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Five things about Talking Statues

Talking Statues

Here at Antenna Lab, we’re really proud to have developed the tech aspect of Talking Statues, which launched in London and Manchester in the UK yesterday - here's an article with a bit more about the tech.  These are five ...

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The Mona Lisa of Semantic Tagging

 By Hélène Lesage Cultural institutions have been taking exciting steps towards making online experiences not just for their own institutions, but linking them to the wider network of data and information. A new European experiment called JocondeLab – organized by the French ...

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The Future is Awesome?

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Project Tango, A Google Initiative.   Advanced Technology and Projects Group (http://www.google.com/atap/projecttango/) at Google has been working with universities, research labs and industrial partners to harness the information of the past ten years of robotics and computer vision into it’s own mobile ...

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