This would be a great alternative to greenscreening a window for an indie movie production. Hang the remote on the cameraman, and then you dont have to worry about tracking the motion, and comping in a fake shot. And reflections from the room should show up correctly too.
I have created a few installations like you're talking about and I have to agree that this is the most important point. You have to design everything with the idea that a bunch of 6 year olds are going to be banging on it for several hours straight everyday. And likely, noone from the museum staff will come by to check it out but maybe once a week. If you're looking at using buttons, I suggest going to a company that makes elevator button panels. Those things are indestructible.
Also, you have to remember to design things to be wheelchair accessible.
Add a Google SearchWiki note to that search result saying something like "Note to potential employer: This is not the $REALNAME whose resume you have in your hands."
And if its the first time they've seen a SearchWiki tag, it might freak them out and then they'll definitely remember you.
Solution from TFA? "Change your router password!"
Account holders with at least two Australian banks have become victims of a phishing scam in which malicious code reveals the physical location of affected IP addresses using Google Maps. Bank account holders in Germany and the U.S. have also been targeted.
Identity theft anyone?"
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