Museums and the Web 2015
Recipes for meSch experiences
This year meSch will be part of the MW15 program and you can join us! In line with our co-design approach, we will instead sit down with you at a round table to discuss writing ‘recipes‘ for the creation of meSch experiences.
So if you are looking for some inspiration for renewing your visitor´s experiences in your own museum or gallery, come join our roundtable on Saturday, April 11 during the Birds of a Feather Breakfast! Oh and by all means – do bring coffee! 🙂
What´s a recipe?
A recipe brings together all the ingredients that are needed to compose a tangible, interactive smart exhibit. Thus: the appropriate description of digital information to be associated to objects and locations in an exhibition, as well as the detailed specification of how visitors’ movements and actions can activate the contextualized presentation of that content.
The paper on this topic, Writing Recipes for Tangible and Embodied Visit Experiences, was collaboratively written by the following consortium members:
Massimo Zancanaro, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy
Elena Not, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy
Daniela Petrelli, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Mark Marshall, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Taco van Dijk, Waag Society, Netherlands
Martin Risseeuw, Waag Society, The Netherlands
Dick van Dijk, Waag Society, The Netherlands
Adriano Venturini, eCTRL Solutions, Italy
Dario Cavada, eCTRL Solutions, ITALY
Thomas Kubitza, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Some of them will be present at MW15! We’re looking forward to connect with you there!