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.
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!
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!
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 [...]
The report identifies six key trends, six significant challenges, and six important developments in technology across three adoption horizons over the next five years, giving museum leaders and staff a valuable guide for strategic technology planning.