Many people love to interact with touchscreen technology, and the Cleveland Museum of Art is taking advantage of the fad by installing a giant 40-foot touchscreen in their gallery. This giant touchscreen will allow up to 16 users to interact with the museum’s art collection like never before.
The Collection Wall features 3,500 different articles that patrons can interact with and read in-depth information about the art pieces. Visitors will also be able to transfer tours from the museum’s Collection Wall or create their own tour and transfer it to their iPads, where they can follow the tour through the gallery.
Check out Ryan Fowler's interview for information on his time at Trend Hunter and a closer look at the 40-foot touchscreen at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
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Ryan Fowler Discusses 40-Foot Touchscreen Technology
- By: Andrew ChowApr 3, 2013