- How to identify specific fragments in your video collection.
- How to facilitate time-based indexing of your collection (search fragments).
- How to enable visitors to use second screen navigation on a video collection in an exhibition.
- How to let visitors use a tablet or phone as a remote control of a video presentation shown in an exhibition.
- Enable spatial tagging on a video collection
- Create a multiple user-scenario for interacting with a video collection
Seminar on video in museum exhibitions
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. An example is a smartphone that is used to select certain video fragments which are then showed on a bigger screen. Or let visitors tag moments in a video and add their comments. Visitors will be able to see the input of other visitors.
During the seminar we will address the following issues:
Date: Wednesday the 9th of July 2014
Place: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Time: from 10:00 till 13:00
A detailed program and the exact location will be mailed to registered participants.
Click here to register for the seminar
To keep it an interactive session we will limit the amount of participants to 12 people.