In the last couple of months two papers that I’ve been involved with as part of meSch have been published. Firstly, a paper on recipes for tangible and embodied interaction in museums was presented at Museums and the Web 2015 in Chicago. This looked at methods of describing and re-using tangible interactions across different museums.
Secondly, we also presented a work-in-progress at CHI 2015 in Seoul. This looked at work we did on augmented display cases for Museon in The Hague, using them to display objects that are normally kept in the museums deposit, rather than on regular display.
References for the two are below. The MW2015 paper is available online for free, the CHI2015 paper through the ACM Digital Library.
- Massimo Zancanaro, Elena Not, Daniela Petrelli, Mark T. Marshall, Taco van Dijk, Martin Risseeuw, Dick van Dijk, Adriano Venturini, Dario Cavada, Thomas Kubitza, “Recipes For Tangible And Embodied Visit Experiences”, In MW2015: Museums and the Web 2015, 2015.
- Mark T. Marshall, Nick Dulake, Daniela Petrelli, Hub Kockelkorn, “From The Deposit To The Exhibit Floor: An Exploration On Giving Museum Objects Personality And Social Life”, In Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, New York, NY, USA, pp. 1917-1922, 2015.