Richmond Museum of History and Culture

Richmond Museum of History and Culture

The new display is the brainchild of museum Director Melinda McCrary, who spent half a decade working with an advisory group of Bay Area Native people to develop an interactive exhibit that introduces Chochenyo, a dialect of the East Bay Ohlones, stated the museum. Richmond web designer Kimberley Paternoster built the software.

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A kiosk is a portable – or sometimes permanent – installation of a stand alone terminal in a building or business that is designed to provide information, process transactions, or otherwise enable us to access something. ATMs, restaurant ordering via keypad, and interactive museum displays are all examples of kiosks.

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