Sometimes new technology drives museums to think, in my view, backwards. They think, "Hey, this is cool," and then they try to find a visitor experience that uses that technology.
I go to these museums and I'm reminded of a childhood friend's house. His father had bought a wood router a few years back, and their home was filled with cute signs and wooden knickknacks. At some point the father had grown bored with the tool, but the house was still filled with clutter that, I'm guessing, nobody in the family really wanted in the first place.