A museum in Poland creates a continuous storyline out of natural materials.

With so many people adopting touch screens as their main technological mode of interfacing with the world, it can be difficult for museums to continue to occupy a unique niche in the world. Museums are all about the collective experience, and interaction designers are increasingly looking for displays that offer different kinds of stimuli. The Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw recently enlisted the help of Polish new media art and design group panGenerator to offer an innovative way of viewing the museum's vast archives.

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