Affordable personal computers and the Internet placed seemingly limitless information at everyone's fingertips. High quality multimedia resources are accessible at any time—in our homes, our offices, and even on the road.
In this new information age, successful libraries and museums are embracing changes to ensure that they continue to serve as vital resources in their communities. New technologies create an opportunity—to connect to visitors in new ways—in environments that fulfill 21st century expectations.
Multi-media rich galleries, smart learning spaces, auditoriums and flexible gathering areas increase education possibilities for curators, and for visitors of all ages. Digitally-based visual information systems communicate dynamically with the public, showcasing the wealth of a collection and encouraging closer examination. Distance learning and media distribution networks allow cultural institutions to reach beyond their walls to stimulate debate and connect to an even larger virtual community.
At TALASKE, our consultants work with museum and library leaders who have the vision to embrace new multi-media technologies and the need to maximize their existing media resources. We coordinate the details of AV technology and the acoustic environment, while never losing sight of our primary responsibility—to ensure that each institution is able to share the wealth of knowledge and art.