Tag 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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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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Five things about Talking Statues

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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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Altering Your Vision: Tips from an Accessibility Tour

USS Midway Flight Deck

 5-26-14 : UPDATE TO ORIGINAL POST - This project was awarded AAM's  Silver Muse Award for 'setting the standard for accessible tours'. Congrats to the USS Midway and Antenna teams!   As part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2014, the Lab asked ...

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Antenna Lab Talks: On NFC

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When it comes to triggering content, Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE) seems the way forward. We can all envision a future where the majority of museum visitors will enjoy beacon-triggered content on their own smartphone. However, BTLE is just one of many ...

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