Cuseum Shares Insight “How To Tell History in Virtual Worlds” in AR & VR at the Museum Connections Conference in Paris

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Cuseum’s founder Brendan Ciecko sat on a panel at the Museum Connections, the largest international museum conference taking place in France, entitled “How To Tell History in Virtual Worlds - Creating New Digital Physicalities.” The panel featured museum professionals from all over the world such as Guerric Poncet (Le Point, France), Rose Ginosar (Tower of David Museum, Israel), Menno Metselaar (Anne Frank House, Netherlands), and David Kolin (Centre des Monuments Nationaux, France). With such a diverse range of expertise it was the perfect setting to discuss augmented, virtual and mixed realities from the perspective of, “the user journey and scenographies with new physicalities in a digital form and their impact on museum missions and professions.”

The discussion underscored major strives forward in recognizing augmented reality in the museum and Cuseum is happy to be at the forefront!

Brendan specifically mentions our work with the Perez Art Museum Miami, Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna, and comprehensive research on the impact of AR on the museum experience.

Here at Cuseum we hope to continue to push the limits of what museum VR or AR experiences can be and we are glad to engage in the conversation with Museum Connections!

Are you inspired by how AR or VR can help you can create exciting, new experience for your museum? Schedule a free consultation with Cuseum today!

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