Does the experience make it more likely for visitors to cause offence or break the law?
At a glance
Will visitors understand what to do if they pay little attention to the instructions?
Does the experience work for single visitors and groups? Couples and tour groups? School groups?
Is the venue an inherently noisy or otherwise distracting environment?
Do visitors create a lot of noise or behave in a way that might interfere with other visitors?
Focus of attention
Will visitors be staring at their screens rather than their surroundings?
Will visitors spend as much time as you hope? What if they don't?
Does your staff have the expertise for day-to-day maintenance of the technology? Is there someone on hand to tackle small problems?
How will you control visitor contributions? Do you need to and, if yes, do you have the resource?
Do visitors expect a calm, contemplative atmosphere? Can this be broken?
If it is effective, does the experience have wider applicability? Can the experience be repeated at other venues or applied to other assets and audiences? Or is it limited in scope?
Is there a space where visitors can assemble and plan before the experience, or take a rest and reflect afterwards?
Is wifi and/or phone signal necessary for the experience? Is it available and dependable?