iOpener in Reading is holding sessions in Town Hall Square 14 and 21 March. Visit iopener.org.uk for more info.
iMuse is helping the Museum of Reading and the Ure Museum of Greek Archeology show how Reading got such fantastic Greek pots with another mini app based on the one we did for the Cultural Olympiad 2013.
Project dates: July – September 2014
– or “From Apullia to Reading”
iMuse is working with the Ure Museum and the Museum of Reading to create a mini webapp explaining how Reading got such a rich collection of Greek pots and how the two museums collaborate over their display.
Project dates: November 2013 – June 2014
This project is the third in the series led by the Ure Museum of Classical Archaeology, Reading. Working with three local schools, AACT as part of its iMuse Programme, will help to create simple webapps using material created by 16 year old pupils led by a student panel.
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You can try our Christmas themed game here Snowball Splat
Runs best on an iPad.
This is based on the Splat Medusa game devised by iMuse for the 2013 Ure Discovery project. This incorporated two dozen depictions of the head of Medusa created by 16 year olds from a special school.
These are simple, text-free games that can be enjoyed by all age groups and abilities. The idea came from http://creativejs.com/tutorials/create-an-ipad-optimised-game/
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2014!
Project dates: January-June 2013
This is a collaboration with the Gallery.
You can read the initial project initiation proposal here.
We are blogging as we go along
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Project dates: December 2012 – May 2013
Ure Discovery is an Arts Council England World Stories funded project led by the Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology.
Forty 16-18 year olds from three types of school are working with a student panel, a professional animator and a museum education officer to create an exhibition and trail. We are working with them to produce a highly-accessible app, using the drawings, video, animations, stories etc that they are providing.
The iMuse/AACT aim is to demonstrate that everyone can join in such a project and everyone can enjoy finding out about the exhibition using the app whatever their communication abilities.
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Project dates: October 2012 – April 2013
Original artwork by C.A Tunnicliffe RA for the Ladybird series was scanned.Visitors can sit to look through them on the iPad, tapping the animals to hear their sounds.
We have also recorded the text on the exhibition’s posters which visitors can hear by tapping.
Project dates: January-August 2012
You can look at the imuse in Reading initial project description here.
This Project worked in partnership with the Museum of English Rural Life with funding support from the Cultural Partnership, Reading Borough Council, the Vodafone Foundation and the Foyle Foundation.
In a variety of events, from a Young Farmers’ fair to half-term activities, 600 people of all ages and ability used mobile devices trying various ways of accessing their heritage, from Tweet a Sheep to an Olympic trail.
We blogged as we went along.
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