Demonstrations 3

Friday, April 10, 2015: 12:30pm - 1:20pm
Exhibit Hall (4F)

Presenters demonstrate their projects and case studies in booths in the Exhibit Hall. You have the better part of an hour to see them all, ask questions and discuss the demonstrations that catch your eye, and make new connections with leading practitioners in the field.

Beyond Browsing and Searching: Design and development of a platform for supporting curatorial research and content creation (Booth 1)
- Leonardo M. De Araújo, Universität Bremen, Germany, Michael Lund, University of Bremen, Digital Media in Education, Germany, Tossawat Mokdara, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand, Heidi Schelhowe, Universität Bremen, Germany

Connecting Collection Objects from Museum Deposits and Curator Areas to the Web
- Bernardo Uribe Mendoza, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia, José J. Martinez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia, Henry Galindo, Universidad Santo Tomas, Colombia

Experimenting in Technology with Minimal Expense (Booth 3)
- Tasia Johnson, Seattle Art Museum, USA, Chirag Thakkar, Seattle Art Museum, USA

Sacred Space and the Web (Booth 4)
- Jacob Olmstead, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, USA, Curtis Ashton, Church History Library, USA

Skin & Bones, a mobile app that rejuvenates a 133 years old exhibition (Booth 7)
- Diana Marques, University of Porto, Portugal / National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Portugal, Robert Costello, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, USA, Jose Azevedo, Porto University, Portugal

the Bruegel Box (Booth 6)
- Jennifer Beauloye, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Belgium