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Enhanced Information and Experience
 
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Dena Slothower
Stanford University

The Museum as Information Architecture
People go to museums to be immersed in information. This sketch showed how museum spaces can be dynamic and responsive, a real "information architecture."
 
Kevin Walker
American Museum of Natural History
Exhibition Department
200 Central Park West
New York, New York 10024 USA
kevin@amnh.org


The Met
Icon Nicholson revamps the Metropolitan Museum of Art Web site and sets a new standard for cultural institutions on the Web (www.metmuseum.org).
 
Lisa Waltuch
Icon Nicholson
295 Lafayette Street, 8th Floor
New York, New York 10012 USA
lwaltuch@icon-nicholson.com


CAL   GINGA
GINGA (Global Information Network as Genomorphic Architecture) visualizes spatial architecture of information on the Internet. Metamorphic relationships in cyberspace are manifested as an "information-scape."
 
Fumio Matsumoto
Plannet Architectures
2-11-27-302 Yakumo Meguro-Ku
Tokyo 152-0023 JAPAN
matsumoto@plannet-arch.com

Bunshin: A Believable Avatar Surrogate for Both Scripted and On-the-Fly Pen-Based Control in a Presentation Environment
An avatar that serves as a remote surrogate controlled by a pen-based interface that reproduces psycholinguistically correct 3D gesture and gaze in conjunction with speech.
 
Francis Quek
Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Computer Science and Engineering Department
Dayton, Ohio 45435 USA
quek@cs.wright.edu

 

 

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