Museum für Kommunikation Bern
Participation of the public
Bearing symbols, stamps represent people, monuments, and even countries’ famous landscapes. Inspired by the museum’s stamps, visitors are invited to take the place of the icons on stamps and create their own stamp. Accessories are available to them to pose in front of the camera. Visitors are then invited to stick their stamp on the wall designated for this purpose at the entrance, in order to show it to other visitors and leave their mark in the museum.
People make museum
Inspired by theses icons, visitors can make stamps with their face on them in the photo booth. In wanted, they can wear some accessories (crown, moustache, beard, clown’s nose)
Manual guide for visitors
- Put on an accessory in the box in the box
- Stay in front of the screen
- Pose for the camera
- Push the button in front of you
- Take your stamp
- Stick your stamp on the wall
Tools and technologies
Machines and technologie(s)
Printer, webcam, LED, computer Mac, Arduino UNO, screen, adhesive paper.
Arduino IDE, Open Frameworks, SketchUp, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Word.
How does it function technically?
The technical functionality of this prototype is aimed by the Open Source softwares Arduino and Open Frameworks.
For Arduino UNO:
- Resistance 10 Kohm
- Resistance 1,7 Kohm
- LED Strip (21 led) 5 V. Adafruit (neopixel) SMD500 60 LED/m
Arduino Code and Open Frameworks Code: https://github.com/MuseomixCH/2015-Team-1
Wood, vinyl, LED, Arduino.
Plan, schéma électriques, photos
- Contenu: Reymond Aude
- Médiation: Desrues Jean-Christophe
- Communication: Méndez Guillermo
- Graphisme: Vellas Saskia
- Code: Rovescalli Andrea
- Fabrication: Lorenzo Vanessa
- Facilitation: Lebo