Programmed a number of networked interactive kiosks within the museum that allowed patrons to view museum history and information in five different languages, installation information, video clips, calendars of upcoming events, as well as a wayfinding system to the various displays. Each kiosk was ‘aware’ of it’s position within the museum and would use itself as a starting point for the museum maps. A separate Kiosk Builder application was created to allow museum personnel to update the kiosk information, images, and dated material. Installations past the current date would not be displayed, and future information could be created in advance. Each kiosk pulls the updated information and xml remotely.