We have produced a new video, which gives an insight into the use of smart objects in an actual museum exhibition, the Atlantik Wall exhibition at the Museon, to be precisely.
When the digital content creates a synergy with the physical space On October 20th, 2015, an exhibition with fully integrated meSch technology opened to the public at the Museo della Guerra in Rovereto, Italy. The installation is based in the section of the museum dedicated to the artillery [...]
On October 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 meSch researchers from Sheffield Hallam University will be at the Museo della Guerra in Rovereto to conduct a visitor survey. We are looking for people who would like to participate in the survey and get free entrance to the Museum [...]
meSch won a best paper award at the Digital Heritage Congress in Granada, Spain, where 305 papers were accepted.
On October 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7 meSch researchers from Sheffield Hallam University will be at the Atlantik Wall exhibition in The Hague to conduct a visitor survey. We are looking for people who would like to participate in the survey and get free entrance to [...]
Are you attending the Digital Heritage conference 2015? Then we would like to meet you!
What challenges are different communities facing when caring for, approaching and communicating heritage holdings? And how do they use technology to facilitate and aid their activities? These were the main questions that an international group of researchers and cultural heritage professionals explored during a an international workshop in June in [...]
It is with great pleasure that we announce that a meSch contribution to the Communities & Technologies Conference 2015 has been awarded with a best paper award!
Creative Technology student Szandra Iván recently graduated at the University of Twente (The Netherlands) with an exploration of new prototypes that would fit the context of the meSch project. Her graduation project resulted in an interactive word game that evokes reflection on one’s feelings towards the artworks on [...]
The UC3M team has been carrying out workshops where students approached the design and early prototyping of smart objects to enhance the user experience with cultural heritage objects or sites. The goal was to promote reflection upon the features that will make such experiences richer before focusing on [...]