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Archive for January 2010

Today is follow-a-museum-day on Twitter! Use #followamuseum

Museums of all shapes and sizes can be found giving people a behind the scenes look at art, history, nature and science through Twitter. Over one million people follow museums on Twitter, what if each of these people told a friend about a museum that they enjoy

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Waisda? Video Labeling Game: Evaluation Report

The Waisda? which translates to What’s that? video labeling game was launched in May 2009. It invites users to tag what they see and hear and receive points for a tag if it matches a tag that their opponent has entered. Waisda? is the world’s first operational

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Open Images is an open media platform that offers online access to audiovisual archive material to stimulate creative reuse

Open Images is an open media platform that offers online access to audiovisual archive material to stimulate creative reuse. Footage from audiovisual collections can be downloaded and remixed into new works. Users of Open Images also have the opportunity to add their own material to the platform

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Materialise: technologies to assist product developers in designing the perfect product

A little different news. Materialise Industrial Services offers a whole range of technologies to assist product developers in designing the perfect product. Prototypes have become the basis for the entire process that precedes a product's introduction to the market. The past decades have witnessed a need for

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Pictionaire Multi-touch Table from Microsoft Research

Developed by Microsoft and University of California Berkeley, the Pictionaire table uses overhead cameras to make digitize physical objects, allowing you to manipulate real stuff with all the intuitive, touchy-feely goodness you’ve come to expect of touchscreen tables. The table, an adapted version of Microsoft Surface, is

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