Tag Archives: Museums and the Web

7 things : ‘Scoping it

periscope screen shot

By Blaire Moskowitz A couple of weeks ago, across museum-industry digital media and marketing departments, lots of us uttered the same words. “We could Periscope or Meerkat this!” It happened at the Blanton and National Gallery of Scotland and it’s fun to see ...

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Museums and the Web: About Access

Live captioning during MW2014's MOCAtv session

  Annie Leist is an artist and Project Coordinator with Art Beyond Sight in New York, NY   Championing Accessibility I’ve attended, and presented at, several conferences in my role as a cultural accessibility consultant; focusing on how technology intertwines with and enhances experiences ...

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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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Museums and the Mouse

Walt Disney World

By Blaire Moskowitz Museums and the Web 2014 was full of interesting presentations but one really stuck in my head: Seeing the Forest and the Trees: How Engagement Analytics can Help Museums Connect to Audiences at Scale.  As I sat there listening to ...

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