Today we are very happy to introduce Christopher Morse as one of our speakers at TEDxUniversityOfLuxembourg 2019. His talk has the title: “Experiential Culture: Feeling the Museum of the Future”.
In an age when the museum experience is no longer tethered to physical spaces, how might we design for memorable experiences in the digital? Exploring the intersection of cultural objects, user interfaces, and human emotion, this talk unpacks the space between the future and the past, offering a new approach to interacting with our shared cultural heritage.
Christopher is a doctoral researcher at the University of Luxembourg’s Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) and the Human-Computer Interaction Research Group. Following a career in research computing for the humanities, Christopher’s doctoral work focuses on experience design for emerging technologies in the arts and cultural heritage.