[Athen] Interactive Museum Display controls

Madeleine Rothberg madeleine_rothberg at wgbh.org
Mon Sep 28 11:25:31 PDT 2015

In addition to the resources others have suggested, I was part of a project at the Museum of Science in Boston called "Creating Museum Media for Everyone" which has articles, resources, and links at:


From: <Weissenberger>, Todd M <todd-weissenberger at uiowa.edu<mailto:todd-weissenberger at uiowa.edu>>
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Date: Monday, September 28, 2015 12:12 PM
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Subject: [Athen] Interactive Museum Display controls

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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