3D Touch Screens in museums act as an interactive experience kiosk for visitors as they are invited to “touch and explore” the 3D models. Visitors can touch a screen to zoom in, rotate and examine the objects at their own pace – using gestures similar to a smartphone. This allows the audience to obtain a better understanding of the objects' formal qualities and feel as though they are in control of the object.
<p>Moment Factory collaborated with the design team at the Canadian Museum of Nature (CMN) to enhance their “Planet Ice: Mysteries of the Ice Ages” exhibit. To create a new way for visitors to connect and engage, we integrated two touchless, interactive multimedia installations that encourage active participation.</p>
God made the wild animals of the earth…and God saw that it was good. (Genesis 1:25) With a faint ‘beep’ of the serial code on my ticket, I was in! Having visited the famed American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York twice, I was dreaming of the day when Singapore would have a […]