the MoMA goes mobile

Handheld devices put a wealth of information at your fingertips, and now museums are using them to enhance visitors’ experiences and enable people to relive their experiences afterwards. One thing to remember: that flow of data is a two-way street. 

This past summer, when I visited the Museum of Modern Art in New York, instead of audio guides outfitted with buttons that I had come to expect upon entry, I was given a sleek iPod to use. Like the audio guides, it provided access to recorded information about particular works of art on display, but it also provided a lot more options

Read more about the MoMA's mobile innovation here