Three interfaces drive a large presentation where visitors can rediscover, contextualize, and learn more about the hundreds of physicians featured in the exhibition.
The Digital Portrait Gallery is a celebratory, culminating experience where the pantheon of women physicians that “changed the face of medicine” come together in one spectacular, group interactive installation. Here, three single-user kiosks control a large, 22-foot projected wall of faces as visitors discover physicians based on their location, their inspiration, their specialty, or their achievements. As visitors interact with the different kiosks, the faces on the wall react to show which physicians correspond to the various inquiries. A baseball-card-like record for each physician gives more biographical information about every woman in the exhibition, providing a kind of appendix to the exhibit experience.
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National Library of Medicine (NIH)
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