On 25 and 26 February, Noterik participated in an Europeana Space workshop at RBB in Berlin. Together with Sound and Vision we were able to use our MultiScreen Toolkit to develop a small app to view a tour of the Berlin wall on a TV screen, with a smartphone serving as a remote control.
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On the 13th of January we joined the kick-off meeting of Mecanex, a new European project that Noterik is participating in, the first one under the Horizon 2020 program. As part of this project we will be making further improvements to our MultiscreenToolkit.
Noterik presented during the EUscreenXL conference in Rome the new version of the EUscreen portal (download slides). Within the EUscreenXL project Noterik works with various European broadcasters and audiovisual archives in Europe. One of the main outcomes of the projects is the improved, responsive EUscreen portal,
We showed our Multiscreen Toolkit at this year’s IFA in Berlin as well as at the IBC in Amsterdam in the context of the LinkedTV project. At IFA, Noterik’s toolkit was shown as a part of the latest HbbTV developments at the German TV Station RBB’s stand in the ARD hall. Both single screen and second screen applications are presented, including Read more…
As part of our Open Source process we made a simple HbbTV example App for developers that is worth showing to you. The application was build with our Multiscreen Toolkit and it gives a good demonstration of the type of app you can develop in one day with around 200 lines of code.
The last minute penalty from the Greeks or the bite from Suarez…. wouldn’t it be nice to be able to point these tactical moments to a friend who is watching the same video? Check out our Spatial Spotting Tool and see how you can watch a video together and point specific spatial spots to each Read more…
Today, most visitors of museums have a smartphone. This offers new possibilities for interaction of visitors within an exhibition. Noterik invites you to a seminar about the way your visitors can use mobile devices to interact with the media elements in your exhibition, especially video.
On 15 and 16 May 2014 Noterik‘s hosted an EuropeanaSpace meeting at our new location in Amsterdam. The first day was used for an an interactive brainstorming session imagining future scenarios and visionary applications for the reuse of Europeana content in different pilots.
From the 1st of March onwards, Noterik has moved to a new office space. We are still on Prins Hendrikkade in Amsterdam, but about 500 meters further towards the NEMO Science Center building. You can find the exact address and a map on our contact page. The building itself is a national monument and was Read more…
The Europeana Space project aims to increase the use of digital cultural content of Europeana with several engaging pilots. Noterik is proud to be part of the Europeana TV pilot whereby our Multiscreen Toolkit will be used to develop HbbTV applications,