[Athen] Interactive Museum Display controls

Jiatyan Chen jiatyan at stanford.edu
Mon Sep 28 11:07:40 PDT 2015


I heard about OCAD's project on an accessible museum kiosk from Dana Ayotte <dayotte at ocadu.ca<mailto:dayotte at ocadu.ca>> at CSUN 2014.


Michigan State University also completed a project for a touch-only simple navigation, designed for open-air kiosk where users may use gloved hands to navigate in the sub-zero weather. I can put you in touch with the right people if there is interest.

Jiatyan Chen
Online Accessibility Program Manager
Office of Public Affairs
Stanford University
+1 650-721-6380

On 2015 Sep 28, at 09:12, Weissenberger, Todd M <todd-weissenberger at uiowa.edu<mailto:todd-weissenberger at uiowa.edu>> wrote:

Hi all,

Our IT group is working with one of our museums to rebuild some displays. The displays might use something like IntuiFace for content design, and would need a mouse/keyboard/trackball or similar controller. Other considerations might include earbud jacks for blind/low-vision users, table height for people using motorized conveyances, etc.

Right now, we’re mainly interested in control mechanisms. Has anyone taken part in a project like this? All insights welcome.


T.M. Weissenberger
Web Accessibility Coordinator
Information Technology Services
University of Iowa


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