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Displaying posts with tag: "Museum Technology"

Manchester City gets immersive stadium tour with AR and...

Manchester City has announced the launch of a high-tech, immersive stadium tour as the club celebrates its 125th birthday. The 'Manchester City Tour' will be the most...

Experience the future: ISE2019 emerging technologies...

Storytelling and content lie at the heart of every successful attraction. Incorporating the right technology enables the communication of that story in the most engaging...

Imagineear creates new tours for Houses of Parliament

Imagineear, leading creator of interactive museum tours, have produced a collection of multimedia tours for one of London’s most famous attractions, the Houses of...

Tech-forward museums of the 21st Century (and how to...

With over 2 billion smartphone owners on the planet and most Americans spending at least 40% of their day using devices for things like grocery shopping, running errands...

Dogs do digital: AKC’s Museum of the Dog opens in...

The American Kennel Club’s (AKC) Museum of the Dog opens, bringing canine fine art and digital interactive experiences to NYC. The American Kennel Club Museum of the...

The Met x Microsoft x MIT: exploring art through AI

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Microsoft, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have partnered to imagine new ways for audiences to engage with art through...

Tech, manga and memes: how museums stayed relevant in a...

2018 could have been a tough year for museums. Yet all the data suggests they thrived. How have museums stayed relevant in a challenging environment?  All indications...

Georgia Aquarium partners with Interspectral

As part of its $100 million expansion, The Georgia Aquarium is partnering with Swedish visualisation company Interspectral. The collaboration will allow the facility in...

Guru celebrates over 100,000 app downloads and W3...

Leading technology company, Guru, is celebrating their busiest year yet. 2018 saw over 100,000 downloads across their partner’s apps. After years of testing and...

Bowdoin turns art installation into instrument

Two exhibitions will work in tandem with a mobile app to let visitors to the Bowdoin Museum "play" an art exhibit as if it were an instrument. Linn Meyers' artwork...