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Pop-Up Museum

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Multiscreen museum installations based on HTML5 Noterik is finding more and more avenues to apply its multiscreen technology, focussed around the powerful concept of connecting mobile devices to larger screens, all just done with using simple HTML5. The latest example of how Noterik technology can be used for rapid development of multiscreen applications is the Read more…

All but excellent

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And so it goes… another Noterik chapter closed to satisfaction, with new chapters on the horizon. The EUScreenXL project that we have been proudly part has run its three year course. Completed in February 2016, the project has now been thoroughly reviewed by the European Commission, and we are happy to report that it has Read more…

Innovation hurts

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On the 14th of April 2016 we were invited to speak at the Immovator Cross Media Network event held at the beautiful location of the Sound and Vision building in Hilversum. Also Ineke Middag of the museum of Sound and Vision (experience) was going to use QANDR to poll the audience on what the new museum should be Read more…

Photography Hackathon Leuven a huge success

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Leuven Hackathon

From the 25th till the 27th of February the photography hackathon was held in Leuven, Belgium. The main goal of the hackathon was to hack the massive photographic heritage content on Europeana, E-Space and other public repositories to mash them up with user-generated smartphone photos and stories, creating a new environment to experience our cultural Read more…

Sign-Up for MyEUscreen

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On the 22nd of February EUscreen officially launched MyEUscreen – a personal workspace where users can save their favourite content, make audiovisual collections, create video posters with EUscreen’s tools for publication building, and share their creations and bookmarks.

Noterik hosts workshop at Dish2015

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Spatial spotting

On the 7th of december Noterik was present at Dish2015 held at “De Doelen” at the city of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Dish2015 is the biennial international conference on digital heritage and strategies for heritage institutions. Noterik was asked to co host a workshop on the effects of the impressive amount of digitized cultural heritage (DCH) Read more…

Noterik at IBC2015

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IBC2015 Mecanex

Noterik has attended the 2015 IBC convention in the Amsterdam RAI from Friday 11th until Tuesday 15th September. We are delighted to have been able to discuss the projects that we have been working on at our poster wall at future zone of the IBC. The event has been a great opportunity to showcase the Read more…

Final review LinkedTV – Rating “excellent”

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After four years of hard work the LinkedTV project has been finalized. On Wednesday the 13th of May the final review of the LinkedTV project took place at the Amsterdam office of Noterik where all participating stakeholders were joined by the project reviewers and EC project officer Thomas Kuepper. We are very proud to announce the Read more…

Building Multiscreen Apps

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The Hacking Culture Bootcamp, held from the 8th till the 10th of May was a huge success. The beautiful venue of the Waag Society in Amsterdam acted as the playground for over forty participants working in groups to build their applications. During these three days game developers, storytellers, interactive designers, and app developers created new Read more…

Multiscreen Hackathon Waag Society

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In the weekend from Friday the 8th of may till Sunday the 10th of may Noterik will be participating in Hacking Culture Bootcamp at the Waag Society. During Hacking Culture Bootcamp (from Europeana Space), about forty participants will dedicate three days at Waag Society to experiment with cross-media (or, transmedia), interactive concepts that may be Read more…