Over the last three years, the joint project “museum4punkt0” has looked at new ways of digitally interacting with visitors, developing individualised content for them and addressing additional target groups. The project has developed and tested uses for modern digital exhibition technologies such as virtual/augmented reality, 3D modelling and AI. The results will be introduced and discussed in an international conference on 27 and 28 October in Berlin. The goal is to present the resulting digital applications and prototypes and to make them available to museums throughout Europe.

With funding from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

Partners: Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, Berlin State Museums, German Emigration Center Bremerhaven, Deutsches Museum München, Carnival Museums of Bad Dürrheim / Schloss Langenstein, Senckenberg Museum of Natural History in Görlitz, Humboldt Forum Foundation

Organiser: Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media

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Prof. Monika Hagedorn-Saupe

Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, museum4punkt0-Projektbüro

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