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Musée 2.0 ou la visite de musée connecté - Orange Pop In order to enhance the museum experience, professionals are constantly experimenting with new technologies. We sat down with Armelle Pasco, director of Orange’s cultural partnerships program, to discuss recent innovations. Orange Pop: In terms of guided visits, where do things stand at the moment? Armelle Pasco: These days, most museums offer multimedia guided tours to enhance the museum-goer’s experience.
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This Is How We’ll Experience Storytelling in the Future In the future, you won’t just consume stories by watching a movie or tuning into a podcast via earbuds. You’ll be standing in the middle of them—maybe you’ll even be able to see the blurry tip of your nose in front of you—with panoramic vision, perhaps a sense of smell, and maybe even the slight feeling of vertigo. “Originally stories were living things,” says Charlie Melcher. Postcards – Ralph Ammer Drawing what we see connects us with your environment. We observe and discover more. And we incorporate those moments within ourselves.