Intel has introduced that its digital museum expertise is now prepared for guests. The museum charts 50+ years of Intel historical past, and you’ll expertise all of it from the consolation of your private home or anyplace you may get a 3G/4G/5G/Wi-Fi sign.
In a Tweet in regards to the opening, Intel recommends you wander across the digital museum area and take a peek inside its chip manufacturing fab. That is only one of many areas of the digital museum the place you may absorb Intel data.
For those who even visiting a digital museum is perhaps an excessive amount of exertion, the embedded Tweet comprises a one-minute video clip encapsulating the expertise. When you see something that pursuits you, it is just a mouse click on to discover additional.
Quite than create a bespoke digital museum expertise, Intel received the Google Road View maps staff to stroll across the bricks-and-mortar Santa Clara museum. To this map, the wandering expertise has added varied hotspots over displays.
Digital guests can stroll across the museum by clicking on the ground in entrance of them. Zoom out and in utilizing the mouse wheel. If you see one thing of curiosity, click on on the exhibit hotspot. Then you might be offered with a popup that can present you a mixture of textual content and video clips, a 3D mannequin, and hyperlinks for additional studying.
For instance, we now have walked round close to the Chip Design exhibit. As we now have hovered the mouse pointer already, a video play icon has appeared over this part. Clicking this popped up a four-minute video and two quick paragraphs of textual content on the subject of Chip Design. Intel’s vaunted peek inside its chip manufacturing fab is only a pop-up video.
General the digital museum expertise is a little bit of a disappointment, contemplating Intel is mega-rich and on the forefront of PC expertise. The expertise might be an excessive amount of like a ‘multimedia CD-ROM’ to be applauded in 2022. There’s some comfort that having skilled the digital museum, you have not spent cash on petrol to get there after which felt such as you wanted to purchase an costly made-in-China water bottle with an Intel brand memento.
On the time of writing, the bricks-and-mortar Intel Museum in Santa Clara is ‘briefly closed.’ When you’re within the space and pondering of dropping by, please examine earlier than including the museum to your itinerary.