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Designing innovative reading experiences for a museum exhibition

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8 Author(s)
Back, M. ; Xerox Palo Alto Res. Center, USA ; Gold, R. ; Balsamo, A. ; Chow, M.
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Rather than eliminating reading as many fear, digital technology actually facilitates a wide array of exciting and unusual reading experiences. A research team at Xerox PARC has created a museum exhibition called XFR that provides a glimpse into the future of reading forms and how we will interact with them. The exhibit stimulates an awareness of the ubiquity of reading and its continued importance in the digital age. It also explores the range of exciting reading experiences made possible by new technology, from interactive readers to large-scale reading walls to dynamic narratives that change in response to reader input. Because the XFR show took place within the context of a modern technology museum, most of the exhibits are interactive and hands-on

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Computer  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 1 )