DOORS, Digital Incubator for Museums

Muzeon is part of the DOORS - Digital Incubator of Museums network

DOORS has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101036071.

Muzeon is participating in the DOORS Incubation Programme. Ars Electronica, Museum Booster, and Ecsite, European network science centres & museums founded DOORS – Digital Incubator for Museums. The initiative helps smaller European museums who wish to take a step ahead in the digitised world. Museums should seamlessly incorporate cutting-edge technology in order to become adaptive, diverse, and inclusive. DOORS assists museums in recoding future plans using technology.

Why is museum digitalisation so important? The general public lives in a technology-driven world where they can obtain anything with a click. Museums must adapt to these developments by combining on-site and online strategies. However, the pandemic aggravated the issue. Numerous concerns arose about the transformation of cultural institutions and what they offer, new content distribution technologies, and new organisational structures.

In the DOORS programme, Muzeon is looking to:

Adding content in Hebrew, German, and French to the museum audio guide.
Developing a user-friendly content management visual editor for the audio guide web app.
Refining the museum's metric system to better understand its audience.
Designing a friendlier audio guide app interface for visitors of all ages.
Developing a virtual 3D interactive tour of the museum, available online.
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Muzeon has become a Transylvanian landmark for Jewish culture despite the fact that we opened during the pandemic. We are able to stay open during these difficult times thanks to the generous donations that people make online.

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