Museum Tech 2018: A Digital Festival for Museums
|Venue:||Museum of London|
150 London Wall
The digital landscape continues to move at lightning speed.
As new technologies emerge, and others become more accessible and enhanced, museums increasingly need to ensure they are investing money, time and skills in the right areas.
Museum Tech 2018 presents some of the latest digital experiences, tools and projects developed for the museum sector and beyond. This interactive seminar features case studies, keynotes and practical demonstrations that sheds light on how technology can be used in many diverse areas of museum practice.
Delegates have the opportunity to try out new digital tools and devices, as well as discuss the challenges and opportunities surrounding using digital technology in museums.
Museum Tech 2018 builds on the success of sold-out events in 2016 and 2017.
Previous speakers at Museum Tech conferences include: Suhair Khan, the lead of Google Arts & Culture; Gabrielle Jenks, the director of Abandon Normal Devices; Holly Gramazio, a game designer, the co-director of Matheson Marcault; Omaid Hiwaizi is the president of marketing at of augmented reality platform Blippar; Peter Law of Flying Object, the developers behind Tate Sensorium; and George Oates, of cultural heritage design firm Good, Form & Spectacle.
This conference is for anyone interested in the role digital technology can play in different aspects of museum practice, from exhibitions and visitor engagement to learning and marketing.
The day runs from 1045 - 1700, with registration from 0945.
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