INTERACTIVITY - Museum - R&D - STUDYJan 26, 2022
What is the impact of inclusive engagement on the general public?
A study by MUXXE – sister company of Tactile Studio specializing in the observation of the public in cultural places – contains the key findings from observing 743 visitors taking the sensory trail at the Pavillon de l’Horloge of the Musée du Louvre.
Observing the use of the 16 inclusive stations
This space, dedicated to the functional and architectural evolution of the palace which has become a museum, has 16 inclusive devices designed by Tactile Studio.
MUXXE wanted to know what kind of relationship the wider public had with inclusive stations originally designed for partially-sighted and blind visitors, and if this changed their visitor experience.
Discover the 5 findings of the study now
◉ Finding #1 – Conversation: A tactile station generates conversation
◉ Finding #2 – Attention: Inclusive devices get everyone’s attention
◉ Finding #3 – Touch: An inclusive station is touched by all types of visitors
◉ Finding #4 – Interactivity: Visitors are looking for interactivity
◉ Finding #5 – Curiosity: Visitors are curious about the devices
* Study conducted at the Louvre in summer 2019.
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