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How long does the average visitor spend reading an interpretive label? The truth is often: not so long. The One Minute Experience is an app that uses image recognition to identify artworks in the museum and offer visitors short, bite-size reflections about them.
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README.md

The One Minute Experience allows visitors to read bite-sized stories about the objects they see within the museum. Visitors can read stories by simply scanning an object with their camera. The app is a React Native project that compiles to both iOS and Android, and can be freely adopted for any museum. Stories can be written using the One Minute Story Editor tool.

The One Minute Project

The One Minute project consists of four parts.

Installation

To install the project, do the following:

  • Clone the repository.
  • Run npm install
  • Run npm start
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