At first I didn't think I'd use the app, but then I had a question. Elizabeth T got back to me asking for clarification. I explained what I was trying to understand, and our conversation kept on going throughout most of our stay. She was extremely knowledgeable and offered several suggestions for further study. She helped me find a related object that I went to see in an entirely different exhibit. As I told her as I left, I wish I had an app/guide like this for the real world! I guess that is what Google wants to be but they'll never be as good as this. (I do wish the app let me email a transcript to myself.)
Got real specific info super quick! App crashed when I tried to add photos tho.
Feedback was nearly immediate, never more than 30 seconds when I used it. Your mileage may vary. It uses Bluetooth to help determine where you are in the museum, and you take photos of the art. Really knowledgeable replies. You have to try this app to see how useful it is. Right on Brooklyn Museum.
Wonderful. I had a very specific unusual question. Response was timely and precise. She also expanded on my question and led me to other useful areas, expanding my knowledge.
Within seconds of asking about one of the museum's period rooms, I received a thoughtful answer from Rebekah, one of the great Ask Brooklyn staff. This is an ingenious program that more museum's should adopt!
It was great to have someone on had to answer questions and share in my experience with the art. They replied efficiently and thoughtfully. It'd be great if the app had an overview of the exhibits as well.
-Bug fixes and performance improvements.
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