As we were only a day in Washington, we decided to make the most of it. We visited 3 museums, which was quite a task - especially considering the size of them!
Our first visit was to the National Air and Space Museum, which housed a lot of airplanes that have been built over the ages. As well as that, they had a lot of space exhibits, where you can appreciate the scale of the shuttles from just seeing the nozzle from a rocket! Even though the place was extremely busy, you could find your way through the crowds easily enough due to the scale of the place. Interactives were scattered about the place, though many were ageing computers and screens. Some of them were in need of a refresh.
Next we went to the National Museum of the American Indian. Opened in 2004, this stunning museum seemed to have it all - engaging exhibits, interesting architecture and a very nice cafe! We would have spent more time there if possible. There were some consoles that had a similar labelling system to that I developed in Oriel 1, though I have to admit these were better executed. I'm not sure whether they accessed content dynamically though.
Finally we went to the National American Art Museum & National Portrait Gallery, and again we were short on time. But before it closed we managed to see some very impressive works of art, and we could take photos of the permanent collections. Though I didn't see any interactives in the gallery, I know that they're doing some good stuff online.