This blog post takes a look at ideas for using ColliderCase technology to augment different kinds of museum objects, covering numismatics, natural history and palaeontology, textiles and costume, mechanical instruments, documents, and musical instruments.
Temporary, touring exhibitions are an excellent way for museums to reach new audiences and showcase more of their collections. Using recent research, this blog entry looks at some of the challenges and rewards of organising a touring exhibition and details how ColliderCase provides a flexible and inclusive solution to providing high quality augmented reality experiences on the road.
We've pulled together some Frequently Asked Questions in this blog entry, from 'What exactly is a ColliderCase?' to 'What about my delicate objects?'.
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We are delighted to announce the installation of the very first ColliderCase. Working in partnership with the National Trust for Scotland, the ColliderCase is being used for displaying and interpreting three documents written by Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1746. It is incredibly exciting to be able to bring these highly significant documents to life through the unique technology the ColliderCase offers, and to contribute to their first ever public display.