The space now occupied by the RIT Press will be the environment for this interactive experience. A table will wrap around the inside with embedded touch screens flush on the tabletop. Above each interface is a projection of what is currently displayed on the table. This makes the experience more accessible to more than one person at a time.
The touch screens will explain type family history, show type examples from the collection as well as modern examples, and will highlight type family traits. Below is a prototype example of the Modern Roman interface.
There are six different families that will be covered on six different touch screens around the room. Each family has its own interaction to promote movement throughout the room.
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