An amazing interactive wall.
Museums are an important part of life and our history, ensuring the generations to come understand what generations before experienced and learnt. The challenge is to make them accessible and relevant, which one museum has done by allowing visitors to personalise their journey.
The amazing interactive wall is in Gallery One of the Cleveland Museum of Art and is 12 metres long. The Collection Wall allows up to 16 people to interact simultaneously with the wall using RFID tags on iPad kiosks. Visitors can personalise and build their collections, curating their own tours on the iPad.
How can this be used in our creations? Think about adapting this into exhibitions and conferences…a visual representation of options available to guests; or perhaps a a display of finalists from an award show? As they say, a picture…