From Now On
Vol 9|No 2|October|1999
|The list and the activity below was created by Jamie McKenzie and Laura Lewis for a 3 day hands-on workshop designed to show schools and museums how to construct online exhibits. Outline of workshop at http://fno.org/exhibit.htm
For further information contact Laura Lewis at email@example.com
Visit and critique at least two sites from the list below (Exhibits and Exploratoriums).
This group includes a variety of interactive exhibits, many of which are science oriented.
Athenaeum for Children - Museum of Finnish Art with collection organized for children by concept.
Dance of Chance:Exhibit Hall - The Dance of Chance exhibit is a collaboration between the Center for Polymer Studies at Boston University and the Boston Museum of Science. The exhibit is based on current research pursued by CPS scientists, their collaborators, and modern scientists around the world. The focus of the exhibit is the emergence of patterns in Nature from physical and biological processes which on the microscopic level appear to be dominated by chance.
This group requires the use of Apple QuickTime VR
Leonardo da Vinci Online exhibits from the Museum of Science in Boston.
This group requires the use of Real Space Viewer 2.0 from Live Picture.
Cambodia Welcome - virtual tour of Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia from the National Gallery of Art.
This group requires the use of Intervista's WorldView VRML software or its equivalent.
This group requires the use of Virtus 3-D software
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