How to keep a connection with visitors that have just experienced your museum exhibition? Will they recall what they have seen, heard, experienced for long? Will they ever get in touch with the online resources that the museum offers or will they suggest others to come and visit?
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 [...]
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 [...]
Is The Hague and the Atlantic Wall successful? Yes! Did it work out as we expected or hoped? Not completely! In a small series of blogposts we will look at different aspects. In this first post we will look at the overall role of meSch in the exhibition [...]
Are you traveling to or visiting The Hague, The Netherlands, between June 12th and June 21st? Are you living in or near The Hague and would you like to help us with one of our visitor studies? Would you like to see the Atlantik Wall exhibition and learn [...]
In a series of blog posts Hub Kockelkorn from Museon takes us behind the scenes of the first meSch enhanced exhibition ever to reveil how meSch technology was used. This is the second blogpost in the series. The previous blog post was about our expectations with regards to the use of smart replicas. This [...]
On April 10th, 2015, the first meSch enhanced exhibition will be opened to the public at Museon, a Dutch museum and partner in meSch. 'The Hague and the Atlantic Wall - War in the City of Peace' is the first exhibition ever that has been realized with fully [...]
meSch will host a workshop at the Communities & Technologies Conference 2015 to discuss examples of community involvement in cultural heritage and of related technology design and use. This workshop lets us explore issues that are at the core of the meSch process and that are strengthening further as [...]