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Charles Callaway

FBK/irst (Italy)

 

Knowing what groups of visitors are doing in the museum

 

Since most visitors come to museums in groups, you would expect that museum guide technology would reflect that fact.  But if it's hard enough to help one visitor, it's even harder to help four of them.

I will first review the last decade of our research in this area, then describe a new type of remote-local visit that builds upon that work.  Finally, given that sensor technology is not moving quickly enough in the right direction, I will discuss our recent experience in building your own electronics sensors from scratch: due to the maker revolution, you can now design and build a custom mobile bluetooth or wifi sensor in a month.

 

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