This masterclass, now available on demand, was an introduction to Augmented Reality. What is AR? What are the opportunities of it? Why is it of use to cultural, arts and heritage organisations, practices and individuals? How can we use it to better deliver our missions, products and experiences digitally? Whatever cultural form you work with, […]
The amazing new arts, music, cinema and creative industries centre, Mareel in Lerwick on the Shetland Isles, hosted our first 2012 AmbITion Scotland roadshow. On the topic of Glo/cal, the roadshow explored how local and community focussed projects can encourage global participation and engagement through utilising digital tools. Hannah Rudman gave an overview of the […]
John Wilson discusses how arts organisations are opening up their archives, collections and data with studio guests Bill Thompson, Head of Partnership Development, BBC Archives and AmbITion Champion; Drew Hemment, Founder and CEO of Future Everything; and Dr Paul Gerhardt, Director of Archives for Creativity. Including what arts organisations need to consider when digitising their […]
Remotely locatedScottish artists’ residency centre Cove Park describe the digital developments they implemented following their undertaking of the AmbITion Approach. They reflect on the outputs, benefits, and impacts: for the organisation’s operations, audiences and alumni, and stakeholders. Hannah Rudman, AmbITion Scotland Lead Consultant, worked with them and reports.
In this podcast studio guests dissect the future of mobile from near field communication (NFC) technology to Google’s Project Glass and take in the latest advances in augmented reality browsers along the way. But how much of this technology can really deliver what we need it to for our audiences? There are also case studies […]
TheKnowledge – Digital Strategy in Culture by Art of Digital London has a fabulous guide to digital archiving – well worth a read. Thanks @aodl!
Head over to The Space and browse original and archive arts and culture content including John Peel’s record collection, The Globe Theatre’s ‘Globe to Globe’ festival including a performance of William Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis, Boy and Bicycle – one of the first films from director Ridley Scott, and work from visual artists David Shrigley […]
How to… A movie, a song, a desk, a dress. Copyright, which protects many types of creative work, is at the heart of legal protection for all these things. This guide sets out the basics of the copyright system so that you can take the proper steps and precautions in protecting your work.
Designers should read this information on copyright in conjunction with the Own It factsheet on registered designs.
Articles: QR Codes: What are they and how do you make one? [mini-nar] – kindly shared and originally posted by Technology in the Arts. Author: Amelia Northrup.