QRator: Visitor engagement through social interactives. Jack Ashby Manager, Grant Museum of Zoology, University College London. The “old” Grant Museum. The Grant Museum today. The Grant Museum today. We must support UCL. Provide museum expertise Enable public access
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QRator: Visitor engagement through social interactives
Grant Museum of Zoology, University College London
auidences for events
skills and knowledge
Asks questions linked to
object-based displays on:
In order to
want to hear
Advanced Spatial Analysis
enough – you have to be able
to add something
When different partners have different needs we had to ensure it was the visitor experience that stayed forefront:
The visitors don’t know that they are in an experiment.
want something you didn’t intend:
it can still be of use
the visitors shouldn’t suffer
due to partner’s hopes
Is it visitor participation/collaboration?