Interactive Museum digital board

Analyze the limitations of the interactive digital board platforms currently available in
museums, and develop them through multimedia and interactive elements. This study uses a
qualitative method approach. Initially it was carried out based on visual observations and
in-depth interviews with experts to identify the weaknesses and potential benefits of digital
interaction boards in museums. Then a literature review and collaboration with museum
curators was carried out to develop the design. The platform integrates multimedia elements
such as audio-visual, moving image representation and touch screen interfaces to deliver a
dynamic and engaging experience. This study reveals that visual displays, especially those
that can move, can increase user interaction and increase enthusiasm for learning the historical
material that will be presented. In conclusion, this thesis demonstrates the potential of
interactive digital boards in museums throughout Indonesia, especially in the formulation of
the Proclamation Text Museum. By leveraging digital technology, museums can create
captivating and educational experiences, ensuring the preservation and dissemination of
important historical information for future generations. The findings of this research
contribute to the broader field of museum curation and promotion of digital heritage,
highlighting the importance of embracing technology to make historical exhibitions more
accessible and appealing to contemporary audiences.

creator’s profile

Hi! I am a person who likes exploration. I love history, reading and writing, and watching movies.
Apart from that, the activities that I like are activities that have a balance between working
outdoors and indoors