Pioneering is an attitude often associated with America. Since opening in 1929, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has continuously surprised the public and the museum community with its innovations in terms of exhibitions and outreach to its audience.
For the past 20 years, MoMA has taken pioneering to new heights in respect to how it has integrated various technologies as it strives to provide an immersive and accessible experience for all visitors.
Janice Schacter Lintz, Chair, Hearing Access Program approached and educated MoMA about induction hearing loops. The goal was to add hearing loops throughout the museum to its auditoriums, videos and service counters.