Beyond the Kiosk: Digital Humanities and Museum Exhibitions

What are ways in which museums could incorporate some of the techniques, tools, and thinking that underpin digital humanities into exhibitions? I’d like to brainstorm with others how we might use such things as large datasets, mobile technologies, or geospatial visualizations in creative ways to create visitor experiences that are richer, more exciting, and more imaginative than simply presenting information (even interactive information) on a kiosk. Could we find new ways of telling well-known stories, or inspire visitors to make new connections between themselves, the past, and other people? Could we create historical stories that look like art? Could we extend the gallery experience outside the museum walls?