Submissions 2015

This year is the second edition of the international competition to highlight multimedia use at cultural heritage in Europe -The Heritage in Motion Awards. Heritage in Motion grants awards and celebrates the best multimedia achievements and products -through varied, creative and innovative means, in order to draw attention to the value of Europe’s cultural and natural heritage in all its facets.

All Category Winners

  • App

    In 2013, Rijksmuseum launched Rijksmuseum app containing a multimedia guide for museum visitors. It now includes nine tours in both long and short versions featuring information on various levels for 225 exhibits: an introduction to the object, an animated sequence that provides a magical window with more information.

Shortlist

  • App

    Rock Opera’s journey through time describes an episode of Scotland’s history as seen through the eyes of Sarah, a ten-year old girl. During her adventures she discovers the struggles between James Hutton and Robert Jamieson, encountering singing rocks, talking crows and a boxing match in her riotous exploits.

  • App

    The Icelandic company Locatify has developed apps and Content Management System (CMS) where curators and other users can upload content regarding cultural heritage for users of the applications. The apps provide navigation, guidance and narration supported by Global Positioning System (GPS) outdoor and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) indoor. With this system it is easy to create cultural heritage tours and provide users an unforgettable experience. Additionally treasure hunt games and map markers can be created. By the use of this technology cultural heritage can be presented and guarded in a new way.

All Submissions

  • App

    One thousand years ago the Regole started managing the territory surrounding Cortina d’Ampezzo as communal wealth and collective property. This heritage has now gone digital thanks to the MQUADRO platform, and is ready to receive contributions from anyone, granting a personalized experience to all through educational materials compiled with teachers, chromatic galleries, music associations, and involvement by individuals, thus building up to a common heritage. The multimedia path of the D-ROCK exhibit, held at the Paleontological Museum Rinaldo Zardini this winter, was born in this spirit. We aimed not to preach the scientific discoveries of two great men such as Deodat de Dolomieu, who …

  • App

    App with over 110,000 objects available on smartphone, tablet and 10 multitouch tables in museums located in Gelderland, the Netherlands. The CollectieGelderland app is free to download in the App Store (iOS) or the Google Play Store (Android). Try it now!

  • App

    ’Buitenplaats Mobiel’ – a hybrid location-based mobile game for young families about historic stately homes using modern technology.