Mark Marshall, Albrecht Schmidt, Thomas Kubitza
As museums and cultural heritage sites face constant pressure to offer an exciting visitor experience, they are consistently looking for new ways to quickly create engaging interactions for the exhibition floor. Yet most heritage professionals are not experts in the creation of such experiences; rather, they have expertise in particular topical domains and also understand the needs of visitors. Most of the time they are cut off from the process of creating truly interactive installations because of the complexity of the task. Even envisioning new experiences and communicating the ideas to others to implement is beyond their abilities if…
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