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Keynote speaker on Best Practices and New Trends in Exhibitions – Digital Technologies for Stronger Experiences?, Swedish Museums conference, Stockholm (Sweden) – October 11th, 2010 ...

Keynote speaker on Best Practices and New Trends in Exhibitions – Digital Technologies for Stronger Experiences?, Swedish Museums conference, Stockholm (Sweden) – October 11th, 2010
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Best Practices and New Trends in Exhibitions – Digital Technologies for Stronger Experiences?, Swedish Museums conference, Stockholm Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Tokyo University Digital Museum
  • 2. OffsiteInterface Technology Collections Visitor Tokyo University Digital Museum
  • 3. Bringing the attention back to the collections Tokyo University Digital Museum
  • 4. CONTEXTUALIZE National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku), Osaka
  • 5. TOUCH Darwin Center, Natural History Museum, London
  • 6. GIVE RYTHM Darwin Center, Natural History Museum, London
  • 7. DECONSTRUCT / RECONSTRUCT « La Vierge au lapin, une poésie sacrée », Louvre-DNP Museum Lab
  • 8. AUGMENTED REALITY Louvre-DNP Museum Lab, Tokyo
  • 9. RE-CREATE Abbaye de Cluny
  • 10. Favoring “calm” technology Tokyo University Digital Museum
  • 11. CONTENT ORIENTED Visite gestuelle par Levent Beskardes MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-Seine
  • 12. HUMAN MEDIATION« Geo City », Ars Electronica Center, Linz Miraikan, Tokyo
  • 13. SELF-TRIGGERED Historial de Gaulle, Paris
  • 14. USER-TRIGGERED National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo
  • 15. Creating new interfaces to link real and virtualworlds Tokyo University Digital Museum
  • 16. National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan), Tokyo
  • 17. NEW INTERFACESMiraikan, Tokyo Tmema (Golan Levin & Zachary Lieberman) with Ars Electronica Futurelab
  • 18. BROWSE THROUGH CONTENT Historial de Gaulle, Paris
  • 19. PLAY ON SCALES Arc de triomphe, Paris
  • 20. USE ACTUAL OBJECTS Darwin Center, Natural History Museum, London
  • 21. Offering an optimal visitor experience Tokyo University Digital Museum
  • 22. COLLECTIVE SOUND Historial de Gaulle, Paris
  • 23. MULTI-TOUCH Fontevraud
  • 24. MULTI-USER Shigureden Museum, Kyoto
  • 25. MULTI-USER 27 Shigureden Museum, Kyoto
  • 26. STAGE EFFECT Ars Electronica Center, Linz
  • 27. BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER Tepco Electric Energy Museum, Tokyo
  • 28. MULTI-PLAYER Epidemik, Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, Paris
  • 29. Mediating outside the museum walls Tokyo University Digital Museum
  • 30. BOOKMARK CONTENT Darwin Center, Natural History Museum, London
  • 31. SHARE INTEREST Darwin Center, Natural History Museum, London
  • 32. ONLINE SPACE Darwin Center, Natural History Museum, London
  • 33. VISIT FEEDBACK RiSuPia, Panasonic Digital Museum, Tokyo
  • 34. OFFSITE EXPERIENCE London Street Museum iPhone application
  • 35. OFFSITE EXPERIENCE London Street Museum iPhone application
  • 36. Ameline Coulombier Lordculture Questions?acoulombier@lordculture.com www.lordculture.com