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Catching up with Boise State University’s World Museum – and it’s high-tech approach to art (Idaho Business Review)

Catching up with Boise State University’s World Museum – and it’s high-tech approach to art (Idaho Business Review)

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Idaho Business Review’s Sharon Fisher reports on the progress of the Boise State University World Museum and Dr. Steve Cutchin’s role in leading the design effort.

The article, featured on the Idaho Business Review website (no subscription required for this article) and to be published in the next print edition, highlights the role that technology can play in art and learning.

Steve Cutchin, Computer Science, studio portrait

“Students can use the [World Museum] in six ways: Explore, View, Perform, Teach, Experiment and Create, Cutchin said. For example, students can call up a painting or sculpture from a number of museums worldwide and get up close and personal with it, walking around to see it from different angles.”

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