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Perception of Realities, No. 1: Talbot’s first public display of photography in 1939 as experienced through VR

Perception of Realities, No. 1: Talbot’s first public display of photography in 1939 as experienced through VR | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
First you are fitted out with a backpack, googles and headset, rendering you totally blind and just about senseless. Two assistants take your elbows and carefully walk you up a ramp until you enter the exhibition space. Before you were converted to a cyborg, the room looked like it had been furnished by Ikea and then gone over by somebody with white paint loaded in a commercial sprayer.
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Five New 3D Models Of Ancient Artifacts That Are Changing How We Interact With Museums

Five New 3D Models Of Ancient Artifacts That Are Changing How We Interact With Museums | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Newly released 3D models of antiquities from the British Museum allow better digital access to ancient objects than ever before. Digital technologies and a group of proactive archaeologists are changing the way we experience, interact with, and take the museum experience home with us.
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An A.I. Says There Are Six Main Kinds of Stories

An A.I. Says There Are Six Main Kinds of Stories | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
A machine mapped the most frequently used emotional trajectories in fiction, and compared them with the ones readers like best.
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Perception of Realities, No. 1: Talbot’s first public display of photography in 1939 as experienced through VR

Perception of Realities, No. 1: Talbot’s first public display of photography in 1939 as experienced through VR | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
First you are fitted out with a backpack, googles and headset, rendering you totally blind and just about senseless. Two assistants take your elbows and carefully walk you up a ramp until you enter the exhibition space. Before you were converted to a cyborg, the room looked like it had been furnished by Ikea and then gone over by somebody with white paint loaded in a commercial sprayer.
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4 Ways Agility Protects the Status Quo (And 5 Reasons Anticipation is Better)

4 Ways Agility Protects the Status Quo (And 5 Reasons Anticipation is Better) | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Organizations that have adopted an anticipatory mindset and culture enjoy a variety of powerful advantages over those that rely on strategies that simply aren’t as effective as they once might have been.

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How Pixar Lost Its Way

How Pixar Lost Its Way | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
For 15 years, the animation studio was the best on the planet. Then Disney bought it.
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The challenges of managing the tech-enabled store

The challenges of managing the tech-enabled store | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Retailers have always understood that businesses only develop when customer satisfaction is considered a permanent goal, rather than viewed as a destination. But throughout the decades, the simple equation remains; the more businesses provide in terms of value, quality and service, the more customers expect.

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Former Time Out Theatre Editor David Cote on the Changing Sphere of Theatre Journalism | Playbill

Former Time Out Theatre Editor David Cote on the Changing Sphere of Theatre Journalism | Playbill | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Since February, the New York theatre industry has witnessed the departure of three critics from their roles at major publications.
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"Particularly in the last year or so, I’ve been telling people this who will listen that arts institutions need to take responsibility for the generation of content and for making the connections between artists and audience. Not just in terms of talkback or pre-shows, but in creating online content that will get the audience deeper into the art."
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The Disruptive Force of Disruption

The Disruptive Force of Disruption | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Digital disruption is a fairly well understood dynamic: new entrant uses technology in new ways to upend existing business models and disrupt markets. In other words, digital disruption is a distinct force with a distinct life span that is mostly external to traditional markets and businesses.
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User Memory Design: How To Design For Experiences That Last – Smashing Magazine

User Memory Design: How To Design For Experiences That Last – Smashing Magazine | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Curt Arledge explains why designing for experience is overrated and why we should strive to think more like user memory designers.
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10 Key takeaways from Museums and the Web 2017

10 Key takeaways from Museums and the Web 2017 | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Conxa Rodà Our team at the National Museum have been active in several ways in this edition of Museums and the Web, held in Cleveland from 19th to 22 April: being part of the program Committee, mem…
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Key trends in digital + museums right now.
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Should museums be activists? - Museums, Trust and Activism

Should museums be activists? - Museums, Trust and Activism | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Amid a year of political strife we asked 1000 American citizens for their views on museums, trust and activism. Should museums be activists or do they need
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Giving art a voice with an artificial intelligence audio guide - MuseumNext

Giving art a voice with an artificial intelligence audio guide - MuseumNext | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
It is 64 years since the first museum audio guide was introduced by the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Since then they have evolved to become an… Read More →
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30 Habits of Highly Productive Content Teams [infographic] | CMI

30 Habits of Highly Productive Content Teams [infographic] | CMI | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it

"Follow these 30 steps to a better workflow and gain back your nights and weekends..."


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Jessica Kelly's curator insight, April 21, 9:13 PM
I'm so happy this doesn't say "ideate." Beyond that, this is exactly the process I'd recommend--so often folks jump to creation before planning. All-around excellent advise here!
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What's Happened to Transmedia?

What's Happened to Transmedia? | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
I got an email in my inbox a week or two ago asking the titular question.
It's been haunting me ever since. 

The underlying premise to the question is that transmedia reached a peak in
or around the year 2012, and ever since then, new conversations, resources,
and works have been increasing
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Video: Virtual reality transports you to Viking times in major new exhibition – YorkMix

Video: Virtual reality transports you to Viking times in major new exhibition – YorkMix | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
And it features some of the most exciting Anglo-Saxon and Viking discoveries ever made
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‘Emotion Is The New Currency Of Experience,’ Adobe’s VP Of Strategy Tells Summit Participants

‘Emotion Is The New Currency Of Experience,’ Adobe’s VP Of Strategy Tells Summit Participants | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
“When you deal with experiences, you deal with emotion,” was today’s message from John Mellor. Hostelworld’s CMO Otto Rosenberger and adidas’s VP Joseph Godsey agreed and shared their stories.
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Mapping The Course: Storytelling And The Customer Journey

Mapping The Course: Storytelling And The Customer Journey | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
How do you measure, improve and deliver the best possible customer experience while highlighting brand value and promoting conversion?
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Human-robot interactions take step forward with 'emotional' chatbot

Human-robot interactions take step forward with 'emotional' chatbot | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Researchers describe the ‘emotional chatting machine’ as a first attempt at the problem of creating machines that can fully understand user emotion

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, May 14, 1:52 AM

Interesting stuff.

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How museums are turning to virtual reality and apps to engage visitors

How museums are turning to virtual reality and apps to engage visitors | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Museums are turning to virtual reality, apps, and interactive experiences to keep tech-savvy visitors engaged
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Developing organisational approaches to digital capability

Developing organisational approaches to digital capability | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Developing organisational approaches to digital capability
Supporting organisations to develop their culture, infrastructure and practices to help grow organisational digital capability and enable individual digital capabilities to flourish.

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Neuroscience and How to Design Brand Driven User Experience.

Neuroscience and How to Design Brand Driven User Experience. | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
We live in a world of constant availability and endless opportunities to interact. Big news! We are aware of our attention constantly jumping from one notification to the next, from newsfeed updates…
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Disciplinary identities are tightly bound by exclusion. What would scholarship based on inclusion look like?

Disciplinary identities are tightly bound by exclusion. What would scholarship based on inclusion look like? | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
The politics of distinct disciplinary communities have shaped and arranged scholarly communication filters around practices of exclusion. Whilst these negative filters may have once served a useful…

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Digital Identities & Digital Citizenship: Houston, We Have a Problem | the theoryblog

Digital Identities & Digital Citizenship: Houston, We Have a Problem | the theoryblog | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
A couple of weeks back, I gave the closing keynote in Keene State College’s Open Education spring speaker series.

It was a rumination on Open as a set of practices and a site of identity, particularly for those of us in higher ed. I wanted to consider what it means to engage in digital scholarship – and digital leadership – from an identity perspective rather than a role perspective…especially for those of us for whom the standard higher ed roles and labels of student/staff/faculty may be only partial or precarious, aspirational rather than fully institutionalized.

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People Trust Museums More Than Newspapers. Here Is Why That Matters Right Now (DATA)

People Trust Museums More Than Newspapers. Here Is Why That Matters Right Now (DATA) | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
Actually, it always matters. But data lend particular insight into an important role that audiences want museums to play right now. “Are museums perceived as experts – and are they trusted? To what…
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Exclusive: Here's What 3 Big Museums Learn By Tracking Your Phone

Exclusive: Here's What 3 Big Museums Learn By Tracking Your Phone | Museums, innovation and emerging technologies | Scoop.it
A Giz UK investigation has revealed that the National Gallery, the Natural History Museum and the National Railway Museum are also using your phone's wifi to track you when you visit. Here's what they were able to find out.
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