The National Library of Estonia is showing a small MuPop exhibition, revolving around the cultural theme year in Estonia: Children and youth culture. The exhibition enlivens an image from their fairytale illustration collection, featuring Snow White and her inevitable companions, allowing visitors to listen to a variety of songs fitting the characters in the image.
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The Europeana Space project that Noterik was a proud partner in, was awarded an ‘excellent’ by reviewers today. Moreover, the reviewers described the project as ‘exceeding expectations’. We like to think that this was in no small part due to the massive effort Noterik put in to create the cross-discipline Popup Museum app.
We are very proud to announce that QANDR was successfully used during a debate on the Dutch election. The debate was organised by I&O Research and the organisation More Democracy in the top floor conference room of the UP building in Amsterdam.
The Institute of Cultural Studies (CS Digital) at KU Leuven used the Pop-Up museum to showcase two photographic exhibitions on the Belle Époque: “Man meets world” about travels and must-see places of the time, and “Cuisine” on kitchen discoveries, eating habits and favorite dishes.
The latest episode in our mission to QANDRify group interactions took us to the world of social research. With QANDRify we refer to making any gathering of people more interactive, playful, dynamic, efficient and more interesting, by allowing everyone to join in with their mobile phone.
From January 12th to 24th, the beautiful Sound and Vision building in Hilversum provided the backdrop for the latest exhibition to use our Pop-Up Museum.
When NIZO, an organisation that specialises in research and food, was looking for an original way to launch their new company website, Noterik and QANDR were able to deliver just that.
On the 21st and 22nd of November we exhibited our first real live MuPop exhibition at the final Europeana Space conference in Berlin. In the course of the conference, quite a number of attendees paid a visit to our installation in the main hall, using their smartphone to interact with the four exhibitions that were Read more…
QANDR was recently used to spice up a meeting of professionals in the fields of youth and mental health care and the justice system where the new website of the Dutch Committee for the Recognition of Judicial Interventions was launched. All in real-time, with the audience using their mobile phones to interact with the main Read more…
Noterik’s user engagement tool QANDR is being used successfully at the Modul University to innovate this semester’s Bachelor course on New Media and E-Business Applications. Every week, two MODUL assistant professors, Dr Lyndon Nixon and Dr Irem Önder, are using QANDR in parallel to engage two separate groups, with each around 60 students, in a playful manner, by querying Read more…