On the 5th and the 6th of December 2016, the University of Haifa held a workshop about technology of cultural heritage. It was organized in the context of bilateral activities […]
Two days workshop organised by the Interaction Design Centre at the University of Limerick, as part of the EU meSch project. Are you a museum professional interested in emerging technologies […]
After announcing the meSch & friends event in Sheffield, we can now announce a second public meSch event in Amsterdam on November 28-29. In the 2-day meSch workshop at Waag […]
Are you a museum professional who is curious about emerging digital technologies? Are you ready to have a go at designing and developing interactive exhibitions / installations?
The first weekend of July the first ever MuseumCamp Amsterdam was held. Over 70 participants worked really hard for three days to build 17 interactive installations for 17 selected objects. […]
Museums and the Web (MW) is one of the bigger international heritage conferences, and this year in its 20th edition. The 2016 edition was held in April in Los Angeles.
meSch hosted a workshop at the conference Identity Matters on April 15 in Amsterdam. Identity is a fluid concept, changing in time and place. Cultural heritage can play an important role in shaping this identity, but how can institutions respond to this ever-evolving concept?
Last week, on March 10 and 11, the meSch project was reviewed by the European Commission and passed with flying colours. A number of products have been developed in the last year and will be improved in the next. For the user, this range of products and outcomes [...]
One of the pillars that meSch is built upon is co-design. It means that all our prototypes and exhibitions are developed in cooperation between designers, cultural heritage professionals, technical personnel and future users. The recently submitted deliverable, “D1.1 Co-Design and Collaborative Learning”, documents and reflects upon the overarching [...]
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.