The CHESS project is featured in the Guardian newspaper's list of favourite Research and Development (R&D) projects (online, Cultural Professionals Network section, Friday 20 June 2014).
Specifically, about CHESS, the newspaper article writes: "The Acropolis Museum in Athens together with the Cité de l'Espace, a science centre in Toulouse, is experimenting with providing personalised storytelling for visitors based on their exhibitions. Beyond the development phase, visitors will be invited to download an app and complete a profile for themselves, which will develop a story-led route around the museum that uncovers hidden layers of relevant information to them during their visit. For example, according to age, gender or occupation. The tool, which is funded by the European Union, is designed to encourage interaction and engagement." View the full article at: http://www.theguardian.com/culture-professionals-network/culture-professionals-blog/2014/jun/20/global-research-development-projects-arts-culture.
Earlier this year, in April, the Guardian featured an article about the CHESS project titled "Tell me a story: augmented reality technology in museums."