The Milwaukee Art Museum wanted an interactive voting kiosk for the opening of their new Kohl's Education Center. This Kiosk allows patrons to vote for their favorite works and is the result of a collaboration with the education staff of MAM. It includes five touchscreen displays for the patron voting as well as a large results screen showing the most recently selected works and the current top 20 works in the voting tally with live updates.
The entire kiosk is an HTML5 web app running on Google App Engine in Chrome browser. Animations are done via CSS Transforms and almost 200 works are pulled randomly from a selection of MAM's permanent collection.
In-gallery photos by John R. Glembin.
Google App Engine development by Gumption, LLC.
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