Multimediations !        Overview, new trends and practices in Europe and Japan                               November 4th...
HO!E The fundamental questions                            • WHY technology in children’s                               mus...
technology in children’s museums?Creating Cultural Capital
HO!E Because it’s spectacular!                                                     WHY                                    ...
HO!E Widens the possible experiences in museums                 WHYCreating Cultural Capital   Crosswalk at Technopolis, M...
HO!E Expand the museum experience in space                    WHYCreating Cultural Capital    Museum of National Antiquiti...
HO!E Expand the museum experience in time                     WHYCreating Cultural Capital    RiSuPia, Panasonic Digital M...
HO!E Win access to intangible heritage           WHYCreating Cultural Capital                Abbaye de Cluny
role will technology play in my museum?                                                Tokyo University Digital MuseumCrea...
HO!E Technology is a means                                        WHATCreating Cultural Capital   National Museum of Ethno...
HO!E Technology is the purpose                    WHATCreating Cultural Capital        Shigureden Museum, Kyoto
HO!E Technology is the purpose                    WHATCreating Cultural Capital        Shigureden Museum, Kyoto
can I use technology?                    The National Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (© Gibson International)Crea...
HO!E Cutting-edge technology or human mediation?                    HOW                                      Visite gestue...
HO!E Cutting-edge technology or human mediation?     HOW« Creating Cultural Electronica Center, Linz  Geo City », Ars Capi...
HO!E What kind of visitor interaction?                         HOWCreating Cultural Capital                Tepco Electric ...
is innovating?Creating Cultural Capital      Tmema (Golan Levin & Zachary Lieberman) with Ars Electronica Futurelab
HO!E Private companies                                                           WHO                                      ...
HO!E New media art centers                                                                               WHOSATO Masahiko ...
HO!E Museum laboratories                          WHOCreating Cultural Capital   Louvre-DNP Museum Lab, Tokyo
HO!E At the end of the day, the question is always WHY?                                            WHY?                   ...
HO!E Museums in the era of ‘ubiquitous computing’ Ars Electronica Center,Creating Cultural Capital   Linz      Le Cube, Is...
Ameline Coulombier                                Lordculture                              Questions?                  ema...
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Keynote speach at Hands On! Children's museum conference - 2009

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New information and communication technologies radically change museum practices and interpretation tools, especially towards young visitors – who are also the most technophile.
As an introduction to the “High Tech Day!”, this presentation gives an overview of existing mediation practices for children in European and Japanese museums. From mobile tools to stationary devices, including immersive environments and virtual extensions, I present and analyze some of the most surprising installations I’ve experienced.
Following this initial panorama, I focus on emerging trends and cutting-edge experiments. By focusing on places where innovation is taking place, I attempt to apprehend what tomorrow’s museums might be like.

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Keynote speach at Hands On! Children's museum conference - 2009

  1. 1. Multimediations ! Overview, new trends and practices in Europe and Japan November 4th, 2009Creating Cultural Capital
  2. 2. HO!E The fundamental questions • WHY technology in children’s museums? • WHAT role will this tool play in my museum? • HOW can I use technology? • WHO is innovating in the field?Creating Cultural Capital
  3. 3. technology in children’s museums?Creating Cultural Capital
  4. 4. HO!E Because it’s spectacular! WHY 4Creating Cultural Capital National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan),
  5. 5. HO!E Widens the possible experiences in museums WHYCreating Cultural Capital Crosswalk at Technopolis, Mechelen, Belgium
  6. 6. HO!E Expand the museum experience in space WHYCreating Cultural Capital Museum of National Antiquities of Sweden
  7. 7. HO!E Expand the museum experience in time WHYCreating Cultural Capital RiSuPia, Panasonic Digital Museum, Tokyo
  8. 8. HO!E Win access to intangible heritage WHYCreating Cultural Capital Abbaye de Cluny
  9. 9. role will technology play in my museum? Tokyo University Digital MuseumCreating Cultural Capital
  10. 10. HO!E Technology is a means WHATCreating Cultural Capital National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku), Osaka
  11. 11. HO!E Technology is the purpose WHATCreating Cultural Capital Shigureden Museum, Kyoto
  12. 12. HO!E Technology is the purpose WHATCreating Cultural Capital Shigureden Museum, Kyoto
  13. 13. can I use technology? The National Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (© Gibson International)Creating Cultural Capital
  14. 14. HO!E Cutting-edge technology or human mediation? HOW Visite gestuelle par Levent Beskardes MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-SeineCreating Cultural Capital
  15. 15. HO!E Cutting-edge technology or human mediation? HOW« Creating Cultural Electronica Center, Linz Geo City », Ars Capital Miraikan, Tokyo
  16. 16. HO!E What kind of visitor interaction? HOWCreating Cultural Capital Tepco Electric Energy Museum,
  17. 17. is innovating?Creating Cultural Capital Tmema (Golan Levin & Zachary Lieberman) with Ars Electronica Futurelab
  18. 18. HO!E Private companies WHO 18 ShiguredenCreating Cultural Capital Museum, Kyoto RiSuPia, Panasonic Digital Museum, Tokyo
  19. 19. HO!E New media art centers WHOSATO Masahiko + KIRIYAMA Takashi Arithmetik GardenMasasuke (KIRIYAMA Lab.) + ISHIKAWA Masaya (TOPICS), SATO MasahikoDot Man, Line Man Creating CulturalCommunication Inter Capital Center (NTT), « Funky Pixels », Ars Electronica Center, Linz
  20. 20. HO!E Museum laboratories WHOCreating Cultural Capital Louvre-DNP Museum Lab, Tokyo
  21. 21. HO!E At the end of the day, the question is always WHY? WHY? …does technology have its place in a children’s museum?Creating Cultural Capital
  22. 22. HO!E Museums in the era of ‘ubiquitous computing’ Ars Electronica Center,Creating Cultural Capital Linz Le Cube, Issy-les-Moulineaux
  23. 23. Ameline Coulombier Lordculture Questions? email: acoulombier@lordculture.com www.lordculture.comCreating Cultural Capital

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