Tag Archives: British Museum

Nocturne

By Sofie Andersen It's the beginning of the year and with winter stretching ahead - at least in the northern hemisphere - it's time to draw the curtains, open our minds and embrace the shorter days, by heading into the night. Some years ago, Cathy ...

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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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Museums and the Web 2014: Seeing Through Layers

Wouldn’t it be amazing to touch an object and reveal a hidden world of color? Your hand glides along a surface, and virtual swirls erupt like fireworks—as if you have the hands of a wizard. Well, the folks at Disney Research are toying with this idea.

Antenna's Senior Content Designer, Sarah Brockett, was one of several Antenna attendees to Museums and the Web 2014. A few weeks on and many of us have been reflecting on the themes and ideas. Here Sarah writes about a singular ...

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Five things from: All in Hand

All in Hand

By Jessica Taylor On 28th November I attended the Museum Association's All in Hand event, all about Mobile. These are some of the things that have stayed with me: Barriers to embedding digital experiences in museums: Biggest challenge Tessa Quinn from National ...

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