Museums of the Future
Enquiries and Innovations for Future-Proofing Museums & Heritage Institutions
We investigate novel models of visitor experience, public engagement and display in museums and heritage institution , as well as the extent to which the use of digital technology has played a role in attracting new and younger generations of visitors.
We work with museum stakeholders and user groups to understand, analyse and respond to the needs, challenges facing museums and heritage sector, forging opportunities and novel strategies for future development for museums.
We work on creative projects and solutions as a response to the needs of museums and institutions. Projects are designed to develop and test customised solutions that meet evidence-based needs of partners with a vision towards future-proofing their viability.
We work with Museums, Heritage Institutions and Cultural Organisations for innovative and futuristic Solutions.
We are based at the Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage (CAUGH)
Digitising and virtualising visitor Experience & Public Engagements
Analysing archival records, histories and build narratives for engaging and interactive user/visitor experiences
We engage with experimental research and novel applications for engaging with museums into futuristic environments.
We experiment with a multiplicity of software and digitisation technology to transform heritage assets and experiences into digital archives and databases.
The Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage (CAUGH)
The School of Architecture, Design & Built Environment
The Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage (CAUGH) School of Architecture, Design & Built Environment Nottingham Trent University, Arkwright Building, Shakespeare Street, Nottingham, NG1 4FQ, United Kingdom