Open Is as Open Does: How to Use Open Content in a Personalized Interactive Museum Exhibit

How-to Session
Erik van Tuijn, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands, Karen Drost, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, The Netherlands, Maarten Brinkerink, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands, Lotte Belice Baltussen, Koukishin, Netherlands

Published paper: 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.

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