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Virtual Weevil and Video Bridge Featured in A.P. Article

I haven’t posted much about my new position at the Museum these past few months (which I hope to rectify soon) but this lovely A.P. piece, “5 Ways Museums Are Using Technology for New Experiences,” focuses on a number of … Continue reading

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Another Lovely Article on our Telepresence Robot

Jessica Hullinger penned, “The high-tech museums of the future,” for the The Week. Check it out here or read it below. Like the recent coverage in the Wall Street Journal, it does an excellent job exploring how we’ve been experimenting … Continue reading

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WSJ Covers Robotic Telepresence in our Hall of Northwest Coast Indians

Here’s an AWESOME piece in Saturday’s Wall Street Journal, by Zolan Kanno-Youngs: “Robo Tour Guides Are Ready to Roll at Museums.” It features our explorations of using telepresence robots in our Hall of Northwest Coast Indians (which I discussed here). … Continue reading

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Using an Iterative Design Process to Re-vision Cultural Halls Through Digital Media

Last year we had an idea — one of those late-night-shouldn’t-you-be-sleeping kind of crazy ideas — for helping visitors form deeper connections with our the Hall of Northwest Coast Indians. To my delight it was included within a slate of … Continue reading

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