Three Tech Innovations at the Upgraded Cooper Hewitt Design Museum

Three Tech Innovations at the Upgraded Cooper Hewitt Design Museum

Digital pens, screen tables, and 'immersion rooms' bring technological components of design into the museum experience

Adriana Krasniansky, PSFK Labs
  • 29 december 2014

The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum opened to the public earlier this month, following a 3-year, $81 million renovation; in addition to a new typeface and graphic identity, the museum has adopted new exhibit technologies to enhance the museum-going experience.

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