Cleveland Museum of Art gets in touch with Christie digital signage

 
March 26, 2013

Visitors to the Cleveland Museum of Art and its Gallery One are engaging with displays and curating their own tours via Christie MicroTiles and the Christie Interactivity Kit, according to an announcement from Christie.

Blending art and technology as part of a $100 million renovation, Gallery One's Collection Wall is a Digital signage display at Cleveland Museum of Art40-foot wide multitouch screen comprising two 15-unit-wide by 5-unit-tall Christie MicroTiles video walls using the Christie Interactivity Kit. The 4-unit-wide by 3-unit-tall "Line and Shape" MicroTiles video wall with another Interactivity Kit is located in Studio Play, Gallery One's early (childhood) learning zone.

The Collection Wall allows up to 16 people to interact simultaneously with the wall using RFID tags on iPad kiosks. Visitors can personalize and build their collections, curating their own tours on the iPad using the museum's ArtLens app.

The "Line and Shape" wall lets up to three children simultaneously draw lines or shapes. The content management software then finds and displays similar shaped artwork from the museum's collection, encouraging participants to see shapes in everyday life.

Learn more about interactive digital signage.


Topics: Display Technology , Hardware , Installation / Integration , Interactive / Touchscreen , Museums


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