Open is as open does. How to use open content in a personalized interactive museum exhibit
Open is as open does. Open content has been a hot topic in heritage for several years. The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision has long been a front runner when it comes to supporting open standards and free re-use of our collections. Surprisingly enough, we never tried it the other way around: using open content to create an exhibit. So when we started to develop an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of 3FM - one of Holland’s main public pop radio channels - we asked ourselves: would we be able to create a personalized, interactive videomapping exhibit using mainly open content? During a How-To-Session Karen Drost and Maarten Brinkerink will dive into how we managed this, and share what we learned.
|Keywords||exhibit, interactives, personalisation, videomapping, RFID, Open Content, Creative Commons|
|Publisher||Museums and the Web|
|Conference||Museums and the Web 2016|
van Tuijn, E, Drost, K, Brinkerink, M, & Baltussen, L.B. (2016). Open is as open does. How to use open content in a personalized interactive museum exhibit. Presented at the Museums and the Web 2016, Museums and the Web.