Playing Valcamonica Multitouch Application Developed with Open Exhibits

In Sankt Pölten, Austria, just west of Vienna, at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences, a Digital Media Technologies class developed a multitouch application that explores pre-historic rock art in northern Italy.  The app, Playing Valcamonica, was developed using Ideum’s … Continue reading

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Thinking Outside the Screen

Of all the projects, two stood out for me. The first is Big Screams, a participatory game for mobile devices created by Canadian artist-programmer Elie Zananiri. Continue reading

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London to New Mexico: Multitouch for the British Museum

Leaving London Olympic madness behind, I have landed in New Mexico for a month-long fellowship with Open Exhibits. It has been a long road from the multitouch seminar held at The British Museum in October 2011. That event brought an Ideum … Continue reading

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Fall 2012 Conference Round-up

This fall brings three exciting conferences of interest to the Open Exhibits community, and lead Open Exhibits organization Ideum will be participating in each. The first is ASTC 2012, the Association of Science-Technology Centers conference in Columbus, Ohio on October … Continue reading

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100 Years Exhibition Now Open at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

This weekend we had the pleasure of attending the opening of 100 Years of State & Federal Policy: The Impact on Pueblo Nations at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC). The exhibit has two media-based interactive exhibits and while these … Continue reading

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