The WALL is an approximately 12 meter long outdoor multi-touch screen that can be experienced throughout the city in connection with the excavations during the builing of the new metro cityring from the 24th of April 2010. First stop was Kongens Nytorv. Now you can see it at Dronning Louises bridge.
At the WALL you are able to navigate a 3D version of Copenhagen. In addition users are able to explore the city's past and present as captured in the ten thousand available images. In addition you will be able to explore the city's past and present as captured in the ten thousand images available here. The pictures originate from the museum's collections and from you, the users of the WALL. The latter is feasible seeing as you can upload your own pictures and films directly to the WALL. In addition you can comment on all contributions - both in-situ at the WALL and here from the website.
By deploying the WALL at street level, the Museum of Copenhagen would like to arouse curiosity, a thirst for knowledge and inclination to debate throughout the capital. In addition, the museum would like to present Copenhagen as a modern metropolis with a strong and dynamic relationship to its cultural heritage. The WALL is a platform for storytelling and the exchange of opinions, whereby you, the users, participate in interpreting the history of Copenhagen. Use the WALL and be part of creating new narratives about the city we have in common.