SensyTouch Enhanced Museum Experience in November and December with 65” multi-touch table at Natural Sciences Museum Complex in Galati, Romania

December 27, 2012

Multi-touch technology was right at home in museum during Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 art exhibition that featured digitized historical photos.

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) December 26, 2012

SensyTouch brought the “Galati“¦Then & Now” photo exhibit to a new level of interaction at the Natural Sciences Museum Complex “Rasvan Angheluta” in Galati, Romania. SensyTouch lent its multi-touch expertise to the exhibition in honor of City Day and the National Day of Romania.

For the three-day exhibit held Nov. 30 through Dec. 2, SensyTouch digitized a wide-range of historic images into dedicated multi-touch software. “Our goal was to help museum visitors learn more about Galati City and to provide them with the opportunity to interact in a unique way with the history of where they were born or live,” according to Liviu Ciobotaru, Head of Design.

The 65” multi-touch table with 32 zero-pressure touch points drew kindergarteners to senior citizens. The SensyTouch multi-touch feature allowed many users to engage with the exhibit at the same time as well as easily compare photos–past and present–with a simple touch.

The exhibition was based on old photos and postcards that belonged to photographers and collectors who love of Galati. The exhibit included original images of the city from nineteenth and twentieth centuries, which allowed visitors to observe the changes to the city over the years.

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