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iPod als Museumsführer in Tokyo

In Frankreich findet der iPod bereits seit 2003 Anwendung als Museumsführer, wie hier im fscklog zitiert:
"A first experiment was held during the VIP night that followed the Apple Expo 2003's keynote. The guests had thus been able to visit the Orsay Museum using the iPod as a guide.
The next test will be held at the magnificent Castle of Chenonceaux that crosses the Cher river but this time it will be open to the public. 500 iPods are expected to be used there."

Nun hat man sich im Mori Art Musem, Tokyo (übrigens: Mori Arts Center = MAC), ebenfalls entschlossen, 20 iPods kostenlos an die interessierten Besucher zu verleihen:
"Visitors to the museum can borrow for no charge one of 20 iPods and listen to an audio guide of a current exhibition, which includes interviews with the creators and artists behind some of the pieces of art on display, said Michiko Nakatani, a spokeswoman for Apple Japan."

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