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The Shared Studios Portal allows you to have a face-to-face conversation with someone in another part of the world—as if you are standing in the same room. Through this installation, visitors will be able to converse in real time with displaced persons or

In TrendsWatch 2017 I highlight Shared Studio’s Portals in the chapter on Empathy. These bi-directional video walls host virtual “face-to.

There’s a revolution afoot inside museums as technology—in the form of cheaper screens, miniaturized mechanics and increased computing power—sparks experiments in exhibit design. From virtual reality to 4-D films, here’s what to expect.

A Look at the Museum of the Future

There’s a revolution afoot inside museums as technology—in the form of cheaper screens, miniaturized mechanics and increased computing power—sparks experiments in exhibit design. From virtual reality to films, here’s what to expect.

Oakland’s The MADE: Your Friendly Neighborhood Video-Game Museum - The Atlantic

How Do You Present Video Games in a Museum?

Oakland’s The MADE: Your Friendly Neighborhood Video-Game Museum - The Atlantic

Mapping a Museum’s Collection with Memory

Mapping a Museum’s Collection with Memory

The 5 Coolest Things About The Revamped Smithsonian Design Museum | Co.Design | business + design

The 5 Coolest Things About The Revamped Smithsonian Design Museum

Digital pens, screen tables, and 'immersion rooms' bring technological components of design into the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum experience.

The Mobile Museum of American Artifacts

The Mobile Museum of American Artifacts

Interaktive Station im Cooper-Hewitt-Museum, NYC, Gestaltung einer Tapete. https://www.fastcodesign.com/3039370/the-5-coolest-things-about-the-revamped-smithsonian-design-museum?utm_source=mailchimp

The 5 Coolest Things About The Revamped Smithsonian Design Museum

Digital pens, screen tables, and 'immersion rooms' bring technological components of design into the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum experience.

Seph Rodney: "Museums Make Space for Public Programs on Stoops and in Parks: Examples of this trend can be seen at several major New York art institutions. Three in particular are exemplary: BRIC, Queens Museum, and the Whitney Museum."

Seph Rodney: "Museums Make Space for Public Programs on Stoops and in Parks: Examples of this trend can be seen at several major New York art institutions. Three in particular are exemplary: BRIC, Queens Museum, and the Whitney Museum.

What is a museum?  I love Emily!

"What is a Museum?" Emily Graslie from the Field Museum

Hank Willis Thomas on a daguerreotype button | “There is that magic of visibility/invisibility and meaning, and that ambiguity is what makes most art both legible and eternal.” #MetArtistProject

“There is that magic of visibility/invisibility and meaning, and that ambiguity is what makes most art both legible and eternal.

Textbooks vs Tweets: Museums Cultural Challenge

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The Museum of Vancouver’s “lab of happiness,” demonstrates the museum's commitment to strategic partnerships based in community need and we...

Happiness: Visitors step up to an interactive at the Stefan Sagmeister: The Happy Show--Museum of Vancouver