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Digital Tools for Museum Professionals: Limerick, Ireland, 19-20 January 2017

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 […]

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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. […]

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A new year at meSch, where do we stand

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 [...]

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Visitor Behaviour Analysis: Connecting the Physical to the Digital in Museums

How do you improve your visitors' experience, motivate them to stay longer and explore more digital collections online? In this blog post, we show how we try to understanding visitor behaviour and use it to personalize recommendations about interesting and unseen digital heritage in Europeana.

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New Video: A tangible museum experience at the Allard Pierson Museum

This video gives an impression of the way meSch technology was used in the temporary exhibition Feint - Illusion in Ancient Greek Art at the Allard Pierson Museum, the Archaeology museum of the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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The Loupe strikes again at the Hunt Museum in Ireland

The Hunt Museum explored further use of the meSch Loupe - an augmented reality tool that can be used intuitively by the visitor to further explore the collections. Its use was so popular amongst visitors, that the museum decided to reintroduce it for another exhibition.

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Beyond digital Storytelling: meSch tools for education

Dick van Dijk shares his views on the meSch workshop at Online Educa Berlin, that was held at the beginning of December 2015. Exploring the meSch technology as a potential educational tool.

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Personalisation after the visit: Keeping a personal connection with the exhibition

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?

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Voices from the past in Fort Pozzacchio

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 [...]

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Join us at the Digital Heritage Expo 2015!

Are you attending the Digital Heritage conference 2015? Then we would like to meet you!