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Mobile application for the exhibition "Tea, coffee or chocolate?"

The application invites to a thorough discovery of the exotic drinks in the 18th century: in the course of the 4 sections of the exhibition, 20 points of interest give rhythm to the visit, with enriched contents and pictures in high definition and zoomable for a better comfort of consultation.

A specific section invites the gourmets to reproduce recipes of the 18th century proposed in the form of recipe cards for an old flavor tasting.

The application also proposes all the practical information to prepare the visit.

The subject of the exhibition is presented by the director of the museum, also curator of the exhibition, in a first introductory part.
Then, the visitor can discover the course of the exhibition through 20 points of interest resuming 4 sections, by finding its way thanks to a map or an illustration of each work.

The course of this app was conceived by the director of the museum who also assures the comments, bringing enriched contents to understand the development of the exotic drinks in the 18th century. Every chosen work is also illustrated with an image in high definition and zoomable for a better comfort of visit.
The third part offers an original extension of the subject cook at home, after the exhibition,  these drinks such as they were consumed in the 18th century: four recipes of this time were brought up to date and proposed through the form of cooking cards by the curator of the exhibition for a tasting in the flavors of former days.
Finally, in the fourth part, the visitor can find all the practical information to prepare its visit.
 
This free application is available in French on the Apple store and the Play Store

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Access

Musée Cognacq-Jay
8 rue Elzévir
75 003 Paris

Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm

Admission to the permanent collections is free.

Please note that the museum is not wheelchair accessible and has no elevator.

Cycle de conférences
La circulation des modèles de sociabilité au XVIIIe siècle
Automne 2019