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Deepening Visitor Engagement with Museum Exhibits through Hand-crafted Visual Markers

Susan Ali, Boriana Koleva, Ben Bedwell, Steve Benford
2018 Proceedings of the 2018 on Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2018 - DIS '18  
Visual markers, in particular QR codes, have become widely adopted in museums to enable low cost interactive applications. However, visitors often do not engage with them.  ...  In this paper we explore the application of visual makers that can be designed to be meaningful and that can be created by visitors themselves.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was supported by UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council grant EP/M02315X/1 and by the EU Horizon 2020 grant 727040 (the GIFT project).  ... 
doi:10.1145/3196709.3196786 dblp:conf/ACMdis/AliKBB18 fatcat:trhho4tg2zcpvgs25y4dquq5va

Measuring the Effect of Visual Exposure and Saliency of Museum Exhibits on Visitors' Level of Contact and Engagement

Linda Nubani, Alyssa Puryear, Kristy Kellom
2018 Behavioral Sciences  
their wayfinding behavior.  ...  This paper examines visitors' movement patterns at the Broad Museum designed by Zaha Hadid.  ...  Acknowledgments: Special thanks to Stephanie Kribs and Dana Steiner from the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum for supporting access to site.  ... 
doi:10.3390/bs8110100 pmid:30373301 pmcid:PMC6262532 fatcat:3ih34dahyna7zctlnkwcotuati

Living Liquid: Design and Evaluation of an Exploratory Visualization Tool for Museum Visitors

J. Ma, I. Liao, Kwan-Liu Ma, J. Frazier
2012 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
Abstract-Interactive visualizations can allow science museum visitors to explore new worlds by seeing and interacting with scientific data.  ...  Iterative development proceeded through three rounds of formative evaluations using think-aloud protocols and interviews, each round informing a key visualization design decision: (1) what to visualize  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation, the Department  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2012.244 pmid:26357189 fatcat:hbe7wfwyl5e4diycl52auglxm4

Visual Access Formed by Architecture and its Influence on Visitors' Spatial Exploration in a Museum

Rui Li, Hongchun Huang
2020 Interdisciplinary Journal of Signage and Wayfinding  
Results show that direct visual access has a higher influence than physical distance in a visitor's decision for initial exploration of a museum.  ...  In addition, these results are also used to address the pattern of exploration taken by visitors.  ...  What reasoning or strategies did you take to go from one exhibition to another? 5. Do you have any suggestions to enhance your experience in the museum on your next visit?  ... 
doi:10.15763/issn.2470-9670.2020.v4.i1.a55 fatcat:cy5eophje5hhfjd4mgv6ig35wi

Visualizing biological data in museums: Visitor learning with an interactive tree of life exhibit

Michael S. Horn, Brenda C. Phillips, Evelyn Margaret Evans, Florian Block, Judy Diamond, Chia Shen
2016 Journal of Research in Science Teaching  
In this study, we investigate museum visitor learning and engagement at an interactive visualization of an evolutionary tree of life consisting of over 70,000 species.  ...  The study was conducted at two natural history museums where visitors collaboratively explored the tree of life using direct touch gestures on a multi-touch tabletop display.  ...  Two deviations from this pattern were found for Relate Term and responses to the initial question ("What is the tree of life all about?") where there were no significant age-related differences.  ... 
doi:10.1002/tea.21318 fatcat:hkdegtzf4jb4nlcxamsjgyccbu

III. Morality Here and There [chapter]

J. David Velleman
2015 Foundations for Moral Relativism: Second Expanded Edition  
In order to access detailed and updated information on the license, please visit Further details about CC BY-NC-ND licenses are available  ...  Digital material and resources associated with this volume are available at ISBN Paperback: 978-1-78374-032-1 ISBN Hardback: 978-1-78374-033  ...  Each party's visual experience is thus under the control of both gazes: what each sees is dependent on where both look. 16 If you are visiting the museum with a companion, you probably have a joint intention  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0086.01 fatcat:gcmihssye5bebgphjlojy6xpty

Is there a second life in your future?

Debbie Jeffers
2008 Proceedings of the 36th annual ACM SIGUCCS conference on User services conference - SIGUCCS '08  
The University of Delaware (UD) has created an active educational environment that encourages learning through interaction, collaboration, and discovery among faculty and students in Second Life.  ...  • emerging educational uses UD early adopter faculty have embraced this new learning environment and found ways to integrate it into their teaching.  ...  The avatar doing the behavior is called a griefer.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1449956.1450012 dblp:conf/siguccs/Jeffers08 fatcat:whr3ckuj5vhqjnjwdfbtvy2xxa

Understanding Science Centre Engagement in Nurturing Visitor Interest and Curiosity

Nurhaya Baniyamin, Md. Mizanur Rashid
2016 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Reaching and engaging visitors within exhibitions and throughout the museum environment, recurred as an area of design concern.  ...  Using the recent experience of Science Centre Singapore, The Mind Museum Philippines and The Experimentarium Denmark, the responses of the centre managements provided initial findings towards quality visitor  ...  In addition, they thank the International Islamic University Malaysia and Ministry of Higher Education for funding this project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2016.05.152 fatcat:kdjoi2vpbrdljl6ke2y357qk6m

Attitude and Perception of Visually Impaired Travelers: A Case of Klang Valley, Malaysia

Vinayaraj Mothiravally, Siosen Ang, Gul Muhammad Baloch, Toney Thomas Kulampallil, Smitha Geetha
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
However, they are not travelling at the same rate as people without disabilities and the public, stakeholders and the government have the right to address the difficulties and create an environment for  ...  Although a lot of research has been done regarding disabled people and VITs in particular, there is a rarity of studies focusing on the attitude and perception of VITs in the context of Malaysia and Klang  ...  (R5) I go online to Rapid (Malaysian Public Transportation) and I find that the whole route there, the sighted people can see but actually it's an image so they don't read to me where and what all the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.07.306 fatcat:nyuj2iywf5cgvlrp3oibln6ogi

Exploring Visitors' Visual Behavior Using Eye-Tracking: The Case of the "Studiolo Del Duca"

Serena Mandolesi, Danilo Gambelli, Simona Naspetti, Raffaele Zanoli
2022 Journal of Imaging  
In this study, eye-tracking was used to provide insights into non-expert visitors' visual behaviour as they move freely in the historical room of the "Studiolo del Duca" of the Ducal Palace in Urbino,  ...  Thanks to the growing interest in visual perception, eye-tracking technology has been increasingly used for studying the interaction between individuals and artworks.  ...  Acknowledgments: Authors would like to thank the National Gallery of Marche Region of Urbino for the interest and support in the implementation of the project.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jimaging8010008 pmid:35049849 pmcid:PMC8781978 fatcat:5qgvwgzvnbdbvfztffefad4wfq

Visitors' Behavioral Patterns and the Interactive Models at the Penang House of Music, Malaysia

Muhammad Ammar Maliki, Wahiza Abdul Wahid
2021 Zenodo  
The method of observation involves physical or visual observation of what folks genuinely do or what incidents occur throughout a behavior or consumption scenario (Hair Jr, 2019) .  ...  There are even several days where there have been no visitors at all at the Penang House of Music.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4662644 fatcat:xywrpmhgl5fnrn3cspii2r2adi

Guns, Germs, and Public History: A Conversation with Jennifer Tucker

David Serlin
2020 Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences  
In this wide-ranging conversation, historians David Serlin (UC San Diego) and Jennifer Tucker (Wesleyan University) discuss the role of material culture and visual media in shaping how museums communicate  ...  histories of science and technology.  ...  : How do we navigate to where we want to go?  ... 
doi:10.1002/jhbs.22055 pmid:32639026 fatcat:maanfi753vhybjl4xh2g47cjoi

Adapting Museum Visitors as Participants Benefits their Learning Experience?

Shamsidar Ahmad, Mohamed Yusoff Abbas, Wan Zaiyana Mohd Yusof, Mohd. Zafrullah Mohd.Taib
2015 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Public participation such as visitor satisfaction was directly related to experience of learning and discovery and involvement in motivating learning behaviour at the museum.  ...  How visitors learn in museums, will be given us a set of very practical strategies and tools for designing exhibits.  ...  It is what people do when they want to make sense of the world around them. It may involve enhancing in skills, knowledge, understanding, values, feelings, attitudes and capacity to reflect.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.10.221 fatcat:h66s2rv3xzblfjoede3baswada

And They Were There-Reports of Meetings

Ramue K. Kubilius, Sever Bordeianu
2018 Against the Grain  
And They Were There from page 48 Richard Wynne of Aries (a king of online editorial systems) gave a good account of what his company is doing.  ...  and lastly, Watkinson, addressing the topic of what do funders learn, or want to learn from OA metrics. continued on page 61 And They Were There from page 50 Optimizing Library Services from page  ...  And They Tyckoson provided a "real world" look at the implications of this study in the Cal State-Fresno Library.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.8017 fatcat:em46zjxkybffpjddfd42sijhle

Restoration of Behavior

Richard Scheduler
1981 Studies in Visual Communication  
You do what everybody before you and after you is supposed to be doing.  ...  They knew what a penny was and what a nickel was, and that’s what they got paid —a few pennies for a bucket of tomatoes.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.2326-8492.1981.tb00127.x fatcat:cafksmfawjby5lhixgof7ufx4e
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