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  1. Permanent exhibition

    Permanent exhibition

    Case Study

    by Stephane Bezombes Published June 15 2007

    Le musée du quai Branly a pour ambition d’être un lieu unique d’initiation et de compréhension des œuvres, des objets, du patrimoine matériel et immatériel des peuples et des civilisations non occidentales. L’ouverture du musée a permis...

  2. Gregg Interactive Learning Studio

    Gregg Interactive Learning Studio

    Case Study

    by Todd Kent Published October 02 2007

    The Seacoast Science Center has created a unique distance learning facility, a true a marine education Classroom of the Future. Building on the Center’s dramatic seaside location, long-standing track record for high quality field exploration and...

  3. Jukebox Memories

    Jukebox Memories

    Case Study

    by Jim Spadaccini Published December 05 2007

    Jukebox Memories is a computer-based exhibit that plays #1 hit songs from the years 1955 to 1995. It was originally developed as part of the Exploratorium's Memory exhibition. A simple "question and answer" format was developed to keep visitors...

  4. You change the exhibition - Taranaki Culture

    You change the exhibition - Taranaki Culture

    Case Study

    by Eva Published November 19 2008

    "You change the exhibition" is a conceptual Museum 2.0 add-on for the upcoming exhibition "Taranaki Culture - Fresh out of the Box" at Puke Ariki Museum in New Zealand in 2009. It visualizes the interest of the museum visitors in each exhibition...

  5. GuidA Rotate at Tudor House

    GuidA Rotate at Tudor House

    Case Study

    by Mark Magidson Published January 31 2009

    This programme for Tudor House allows the visitor to explore this space as it is seen today and then able to see and interact with the room in three other past periods. It also allows for exploring rooms that are not open to the public. Developed...

  6. Willy Brandt Haus audio cards

    Willy Brandt Haus audio cards

    Review

    by Javier Pes Published May 22 2009

    Willy Brandt was the chancellor of West Germany, mayor of Berlin during the Berlin Airlift and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1971. The German statesman’s eventful life and many achievements are chronicled in the Willy Brandt Haus, a...

  7. Walk into a painting

    Walk into a painting

    Review

    by Stephane Bezombes Published September 24 2009

    This fall, the Louvre gives a place to a multimedia installation resulting from the collaboration with MuseumLab. Three multimedia piece propose to explore new ways of analyzing the artwork and provide keys to understanding a artwork by Titian, by...

  8. The Sant Ocean Hall

    The Sant Ocean Hall

    Review

    by Megan Southwood Published February 17 2010

    Media Creates Flow in the Sant Ocean Hall The Sant Ocean Hall is the newest and largest permanent exhibition at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. Although the exhibition opened in September 2008, and has already been the topic...

  9. Leonardo’s Last Supper: A Vision by Peter Greenaway

    Leonardo’s Last Supper: A Vision by Peter Greenaway

    Review

    by Karleen Gardner Published December 31 2010

    Walking in to the Park Avenue Armory on a rainy December day, I was struck by the juxtaposition of the building's aged, historic 19th century brick exterior and the 21st century multimedia exhibition I was about to experience. The Armory's mission is...

  10. Global Ocean Systems

    Global Ocean Systems

    Review

    by Anna Simmons Published March 02 2011

    Understanding the Global Ocean on a Sphere The Sant Ocean Hall is one of the most compelling spaces in the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH). The Smithsonian collaborated with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to...

  11. Ocean, climate and us

    Ocean, climate and us

    Review

    by Agnes RUIZ Published May 31 2011

    This 1000 sq m exhibition, currently presented at Cité des sciences in Paris, until the end of 2012, is organized into 3 parts: 1) How does the ocean influence the climate? 2) How does the ocean modify today? 3) How do human beings adapt to those...

  12. Question: tools for web-based virtual exhibits?

    Question: tools for web-based virtual exhibits?

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    by Ted Strauss on October 12, 2011

    I am working to create a virtual exhibit about traditional Inuit music for a museum in northern Canada. Can anyone recommend software that can be used to create multimedia-rich exhibit websites? The...

  13. Degas and the Nude multimedia tour

    Degas and the Nude multimedia tour

    Review

    by Ed Rodley Published October 19 2011

    (excerpted from a longer review with links, originally posted at http://exhibitdev.wordpress.com/2011/10/16/review-degas-and-the-nude-multimedia-guide/) As part of their expansion last year, MFA rolled out what I think is still the world’s-largest...