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Youth as Co-developers in a Process to Gamify Science Data

How do you support youth learners to participate as co-creators in a rapid prototyping process? For over four years, our youth programming has invited youth to create with us – card games, mobile games, augmented activity guides and more. Since … Continue reading

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My interview with the author of The Learning Affordances of Augmented Reality For Museum Exhibits on Human Health

Below is a re-blog of my most recent post on DMLcentral, an interview with Camillia Matuk. Read it at its original location, or check it out below. Augmented Reality and Learning in Museums When I read Camillia Matuk’s The Learning … Continue reading

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Augmented Wearables and the Future of Museums: An Update

Below is a re-blog from my latest DMLcentral post, which you can find in its original form here. I wrote this one ready to go a few weeks ago, just before the launch of the widely popular augmented reality mobile … Continue reading

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The Secret Sauce in Pokémon Go: Big Data

My recent post for my DMLcentral column was inspired by my amazement at the emergence of Pokemon Go in the past week (has it REALLY not been a full week yet?). Go check it out on DMLcentral or take a … Continue reading

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Skin in the Game: evaluating augmented reality in the Smithsonian Bone Hall

Last month at the annual AAM conference, this year in D.C., I had the pleasure to present on the use of augmented reality in museums with Diana Marques, who spoke about her research developing an app for the Smithsonian’s National … Continue reading

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NYT VR & the Mooshme Matrix of Place-based Augmented Devices

Last March, I penned a post “Augmented Wearables and the Future of Museums” in an attempt to better understand the emerging landscape of augmented/virtual reality wearables, and what they might mean for museums. A potential game-changer occurred last week that … Continue reading

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Research on Using AI, AR, and Narrative to Customize Visitor Experience: An interview with Maria Roussou about the CHESS Project

At April’s Museums and the Web conference in Chicago, I heard a fascinating presentation by Maria Roussou, talking about the CHESS Project, a research study exploring how museums could personalize a visitor’s experience before they arrived and throughout their visit. … Continue reading

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