New technologies applied to museums

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  • MUSEUM STUDIES:MUSEUM STUDIES: MUSEOGRAPHY ANDMUSEOGRAPHY AND MUSEOLOGY PROTOCOLSMUSEOLOGY PROTOCOLS TECHNOLOGY IN MUSEUMS;TECHNOLOGY IN MUSEUMS; EXHIBITIONS AND DISABLE PUBLICEXHIBITIONS AND DISABLE PUBLIC (Museology II )(Museology II )
  • NEW TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TONEW TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO MUSEUMSMUSEUMS ESPECIALLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THEESPECIALLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EXHIBITION AND MUSEUM DESIGN .EXHIBITION AND MUSEUM DESIGN .
  • Museums: a hermetic worldMuseums: a hermetic world Whereas museology or museum studies is theWhereas museology or museum studies is the science of museums , or even the theory ofscience of museums , or even the theory of practice, we start from a hermetic perspectivepractice, we start from a hermetic perspective that defines the museums for their functions tothat defines the museums for their functions to collect, research , document, preserve, educate,collect, research , document, preserve, educate, disseminate and displaying their collections.disseminate and displaying their collections.
  • V&A Touch Tour: how to touch objects and BrailleV&A Touch Tour: how to touch objects and Braille informationinformation
  • Exhibitions: the visible face of museumsExhibitions: the visible face of museums In this sense the issues relating to exhibitionsIn this sense the issues relating to exhibitions and museums within the scientific discipline thatand museums within the scientific discipline that is applied to Museography , incorporates theis applied to Museography , incorporates the traditional concept (planning, design andtraditional concept (planning, design and implementation) new technologies replaced theimplementation) new technologies replaced the old systems but no less effective used to old systems but no less effective used to illustrate expository situations .illustrate expository situations .
  • new technologies for hearing explanation,new technologies for hearing explanation, reproductions to be handled, space forreproductions to be handled, space for reflection ...reflection ...
  • signs and symbolssigns and symbols technological application must be appliedtechnological application must be applied proportionately to expand the information on theproportionately to expand the information on the three-dimensional object and written information.three-dimensional object and written information. Can reconstruct an idea that can not beCan reconstruct an idea that can not be expressed otherwise than virtual, as a symbol.expressed otherwise than virtual, as a symbol.
  • We spent the slides for the videos and projections;We spent the slides for the videos and projections; the picture to infographics or treated films.the picture to infographics or treated films. The exhibit design and its conceptualThe exhibit design and its conceptual development , and contemporarydevelopment , and contemporary elements that are used in permanent orelements that are used in permanent or temporary exhibitions .temporary exhibitions .
  • What are the new technologies applied toWhat are the new technologies applied to exhibitions, operation, facilities and results?exhibitions, operation, facilities and results? The museums of science and techniques, wereThe museums of science and techniques, were the first to test the interaction with the audience,the first to test the interaction with the audience, due to the inherent ease of topicsdue to the inherent ease of topics thethe ExploratoriumExploratorium ideaidea IMRAIMRA Art museums had incorporated someArt museums had incorporated some technological instruments especially astechnological instruments especially as supplementary educational materials in asupplementary educational materials in a contemporary media such as digital medias.contemporary media such as digital medias.
  • Museum: mental space for reflectionMuseum: mental space for reflection Certainly such applications interfere in theCertainly such applications interfere in the aspect of informal education that museumsaspect of informal education that museums dedicated to its visitors and interactiondedicated to its visitors and interaction modifying the assessment and public perceptionmodifying the assessment and public perception making the idea of more modern and everydaymaking the idea of more modern and everyday museum.museum.
  • basic features in exhibitions for the disabled public: hearingbasic features in exhibitions for the disabled public: hearing explanation, reproductions to be handle and physicalexplanation, reproductions to be handle and physical access facilitiesaccess facilities In this sense the discussion of theIn this sense the discussion of the interaction between the visitors ofinteraction between the visitors of museums and new technologies appliedmuseums and new technologies applied as media players, and its effect in theas media players, and its effect in the museum environmentmuseum environment is still a subject that deserves more fieldis still a subject that deserves more field studiesstudies
  • Please Touch Museums Mission is to Enrich thePlease Touch Museums Mission is to Enrich the Lives of Children by Creating LearningLives of Children by Creating Learning Opportunities Through Play.Opportunities Through Play. http://www.pleasetouchmuseum.orghttp://www.pleasetouchmuseum.org
  • http://www.once.eshttp://www.once.es El Museo de la ONCE en MadridEl Museo de la ONCE en Madrid
  • Technology is an important resource inTechnology is an important resource in educating museum functioneducating museum function Applications may depend, in the case ofApplications may depend, in the case of applying the provisions of the exhibition, theapplying the provisions of the exhibition, the typology and thematic museums.typology and thematic museums. How to use, when to use and why to useHow to use, when to use and why to use depends on the relationship between creativitydepends on the relationship between creativity and financial resources.and financial resources.
  • In the exhibition environment, the multimediaIn the exhibition environment, the multimedia application must match a specific need.application must match a specific need. The turned into museum artifacts virtualThe turned into museum artifacts virtual visits and provision of the museum in avisits and provision of the museum in a digital environment and appreciation ofdigital environment and appreciation of castles, archaeological and historicalcastles, archaeological and historical areas are available on the internet.areas are available on the internet. The musealization processThe musealization process
  • http://www.andaluciavirtual.com/visitas/historicas/montsonis/virtualtour.http://www.andaluciavirtual.com/visitas/historicas/montsonis/virtualtour.
  • Museums: to see and touchMuseums: to see and touch We must consider that we can expose theWe must consider that we can expose the public-visitor to museological stress.public-visitor to museological stress. The proximity of certain technologicalThe proximity of certain technological means may affect the ability of preservingmeans may affect the ability of preserving the heritage on display.the heritage on display.
  • We left the museum marking criteria visitsWe left the museum marking criteria visits to museums as a unique experience, into museums as a unique experience, in appreciation of irreplaceable objects,appreciation of irreplaceable objects, re - contextualized and fulfilling there - contextualized and fulfilling the educational and pedagogical role ofeducational and pedagogical role of informal education and recreation.informal education and recreation.
  • LE TEMPS DES LOISIRS GUIDE MULTIMEDIALE TEMPS DES LOISIRS GUIDE MULTIMEDIA Muse des Civilisations de lEurope et de la MditerraneMuse des Civilisations de lEurope et de la Mditerrane http://www.museum.org/fr/collections/explorer-les-collectionshttp://www.museum.org/fr/collections/explorer-les-collections
  • creating the habit of visitingcreating the habit of visiting museums and exhibitionsmuseums and exhibitions Another aspect to be considered is theAnother aspect to be considered is the pre-museal experience that varies inpre-museal experience that varies in scale and intensity in different socialscale and intensity in different social cultures of our world today, noting thecultures of our world today, noting the social factors such as illiteracy or lack ofsocial factors such as illiteracy or lack of habit of museums visitation.habit of museums visitation.
  • STREAMING TO THE WORLD!STREAMING TO THE WORLD! Therefore provide and share the museum worldTherefore