Author Archives: Barry

About Barry

The Associate Director For Digital Learning, Youth Initiatives at the American Museum of Natural History.

360 Videos in Museums: Shot 3 – Dancing at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan

At the November Museums and Computer Network conference, I marveled at the different ways museums around the country are using 360 videos with their visitors or in their education programs. To highlights these different applications, I started this limited series … Continue reading

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360 Videos in Museums: Shot 2 – In the Field with the Field Museum

At the November Museums and Computer Network conference, I marveled at the different ways museums around the country are using 360 videos with their visitors or in their education programs. To highlights these different applications, I started this limited series … Continue reading

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Caught in Time: a photobooth project (Dinos, Space, Hall of Pacific People, Together)

Check out the entire Caught in Time Project here or start at the beginning. Or visit the full set on Pinterest here. Photo 1: Dinosaurs! Photo 2: Outer Space… Photo 3: Partner’s choice (Leah choose Antro! With Hall of Pacific … Continue reading

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360 Videos in Museums: Shot 1 – Underwater at the Shedd Aquarium

At the November Museums and Computer Network conference, I marveled at the different ways museums around the country are using 360 videos with their visitors or in their education programs. To highlights these different applications, I started this limited series … Continue reading

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Making a Dino Dance video from MCN 2017

Last November I was in Pittsburgh at the Museums and Computer Network conference, now one of my favorite. I offered a session called Making a Dino Dance: integrating a user-centered design process into a natural history museum, a¬†ten minute¬†overview of … Continue reading

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Caught in Time: a photobooth project (Dinos, Space, Marine Life, Together)

I’d like to go on a journey, and invite you to join me. I’m not sure exactly how it will go, which is scary, but that’s part of why it’s exciting, and why I don’t want to go alone. Last … Continue reading

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Snigglings (tooting my own horn)

Here’s a post listing some recent mentions of the work I’ve been privileged to be involved with. Last week I was in Pittsburgh at the Museums and Computer Network conference, now one of my favorite. I offered a session called … Continue reading

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