It was a different time when our teachers would let us run around the museums on school trips. We'd go explore the gift shop, hide from our friends - essentially, we learned nothing. These days, we have technology to make sure that no longer happens. The Cleveland Museum of Art teamed up with Local Projects to make the experience of visiting a truly interactive day out. Touchscreens, Apps and the world's largest microtile wall made it possible for people to really connect with the artwork. Machines could recognize silly faces or funny poses and connect them with a similarly structured sculpture or painting in the museum. Thus learning was no longer a semi-important chore, it was a machine telling you: this is what you will learn now.