|The fenced off area at the Museum of History in El Paso marks the beginning of construction for the pavilion that will house the TouchCity Digital Wall. (facebook.com/EPTXEngineering)|
The interactive wall will be made up of five 95-inch displays aligned horizontally that will allow users to interact with historic images and documents.
The Digital Wall will be housed inside a protective pavilion at the entrance to the Museum. Officials had hoped to have the project complete by December of 2014, though it is unclear if that timeline is still feasible.
|This rendering shows what the pavilion will look like once completed. (Courtesy MNK Architects)|