Discover Østfoldmuseene's leap in interactive museum technology with our innovative conveyor belt game, a blend of history and modern tech.
As a digital strategist and editor at the museum, I have the rare chance to be at the cutting edge of new digital technology’s potential.
What I like the most is when I am able to convert a technically difficult element into something that my college colleagues can understand.
To demonstrate general presentation techniques and tools, I often set up a practical demonstration, such as in this example: I created a 4K slow motion movie which used footage from the Hvaler Coastal Museum’s apple orchard and added sound effects of birds, bees, and wind.
Also, my interest is in experimenting with a 360-degree camera to provide our visitors with a better immersive experience.
I have mapped all rooms at the museum using 360-degree cameras. This technology allows the public to virtually visit and see inside these buildings even when they are not physically accessible.
With your finger or your computer mouse, take a look around the room.