This post looks at the seventh of the visualization types created for the MeSch museum post-visit visualization tool. Click here for overview.
This map is a combination of static and dynamic content. The background layer is uploaded and configured by the curator. The curator must upload a background map image and drag the points of interest to the appropriate locations on the map. Once the curator is happy with their basic map they can flag the visualisation as public.
Once public, when a regular user views this visualisation for an exhibition they have visited they will see the curators background map, with the path they have taken overlayed on top, linking the curator decided points to one another.
Curator view of Atlantikwall map. Each orange disc represents a point of interest. The Curator can drag the discs to the correct positions using their mouse and save the layout when happy.
User view of Atlantikwall Map for visit with passcode CEJ-228-0017