• Ann-Marie Hougaard Bønlykke Bech
4. semester, Medialogi, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
This thesis revolves around creating a multimodal system that will enhance learning in a museum exhibit. The focus is on a case at Mosede Fort where improvements for an already installed exhibit will be designed. A small part of the ideal design was selected as a proof of concept to be implemented.

Four evaluations were made: a technical evaluation conducted, in order to see how stable the system was, especially the tracking of gestures, which was used to control the system. The second evaluation focused on both a technical aspect as well as on the desire to continue using the system. The desire to continue was tested instead of learning, since theory showed that testing is a time consuming aspect to test and other studies have taken up to a year to gather results. The third evaluation focused on feedback from Mosede Fort where the original exhibit is implemented. A theoretical evaluation was in the end made on learning, comparing theory with the system, in order to see if it in theory would facilitate a learning experience.

The results showed that a new tracking system should be implemented, since the used tracking proved not to be stable enough. It also showed that some changes should be made regarding the implemented part of the system. All in all was it found that although improvements are still needed, the system is a step in the right direction.

Udgivelsesdato26 maj 2016
Antal sider118
ID: 234130996