Holographic museum displays may be the next best thing when it comes to promoting active learning and interaction in museum spaces.
Throughout history, museums have been arenas of passive learning due to the sensitivity of their precious art and artifact displays -- items that museum goers were unable to touch and interact with directly. As the shift towards active learning continues to evolve, museums are also finding ways in which people can learn about objects and artifacts by interacting with them in a more hands-on manner.
These holographic museum displays do just that and bring museum exhibits to life by creating animations, simulations, demonstrations and information displays that will better allow people to understand the artifacts they are viewing. The hope is that these holographs will also capture the attention of young museum goers who are tech natives.