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Multitouch and Multiuser Design – Museums and the Web 2011

This morning Paul Lacey and I led a half-day workshop at the Museums and the Web conference in Philadelphia. The session focused on multitouch and multiuser design in museums. We also explored various multitouch technology and conducted a brief design exercise. PDF versions of the slides and links from the workshop are included here.

Museums and the Web is an annual conference exploring the social, cultural, design, technological, economic, and organizational issues of culture, science and heritage on-line.Taking an international perspective, MW reviews and analyzes the issues and impacts of networked cultural, natural and scientific heritage – wherever the network may reach.

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multitouch-multiuserPart1.pdf (4.77MB) – Multitouch Multiuser Presentation Part 1
multitouch-multiuserPart2.pdf (1.44MB) – Multitouch Multiuser Presentation Part 2
multitouch-multiuserPart3.pdf (0.72MB) – Multitouch Multiuser Presentation Part 3

(Please note that photo credits for the three PDFs are located on last slide of Part 3.)

by View all posts by Jim Spadaccini on April 6, 2011