|Title:||Using Commodity Hardware as an Affordable Means to Track On-Site Visitor Flow|
|Authors:||Gray Bowman, Kyle Jaebker|
|Publication:||MW2013: Museums and the Web 2013|
Low cost computing enables the cultural sector to pursue distributed tracking and monitoring systems that were out of reach just a couple of years ago. See how the IMA is using ultra-affordable computing to build an onsite visitor tracking system, and how log analysis is performed in order to map tracking data.