I asked people:
Would you argue that the technology used in museums you visited created a more impactful, engaging and/or memorable experience?
“Yes! It added so much emotion and human experience. I was able to relate more to the person I saw on the screen than someone in a photograph.”
- Amanda, Holocaust Museum in DC
“Yes! When you’re immersed in an interactive experience like installations, it’s natural to walk away and provide commentary when you’re with a group. Way more than I would be inclined to open up comment about a 2D painting. It’s more visceral when multiple senses are activated.
- Joe, Glenstone Museum in Potomac, MD
Community & Conversation
“It’s weird becuase museums are hotbeds of culture and could easily start thousands of conversations but most of them are set up in a really isolating way.
- Arielle, Ruben Museum of Art in NYC