Tour 2: Museum Interactive, Digital Art Archives and Digital Fabric Archives

Start the day bright and early with a tour through Second Story where they are pioneering new interactive experiences for museums and pushing the boundaries of storytelling for brands and institutions across web, mobile, and installations and empowering audiences to connect and share.

 Enjoy a catered lunch at Grand Central Bakery Café a fresh, locally grown company dedicated to the craft of artisan baking and scratch cooking.

 After lunch, tour the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry’s new exhibit Human + lead to highlight how emergent technologies, like the Xbox Kintect, are used in the exhibit. This will be followed by a stop to the tech lab to see the Museum’s exciting new 3D printer in action. Finally, Museum Educators will demonstrate the use of iPad technology in the exhibition space.

 Then off to the Museum of Contemporary Craft & Pacific Northwest College of Art for a presentation and demonstration of a hand-built, digital archive that offers both public and internal points of access for the Museum of Contemporary Craft and Pacific Northwest College of Art.

 Finish up with a tour of an ambitious project to digitize and archive 40,000 objects from the Andrea Aranow Textile Collection and make them available via the web.