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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. We study both the use of these markers as labels for portraits that link to audio recordings and as a mechanism for visitors to contribute their own reflections to the exhibition bydoi:10.1145/3196709.3196786 dblp:conf/ACMdis/AliKBB18 fatcat:trhho4tg2zcpvgs25y4dquq5va