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

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    This unique interactive film concerns the dilemmas faced by the young framework knitter, Ben, as he weighs up the choices open to a young textile worker during the early 19th century in Nottinghamshire. The story is set during the Luddite Uprising which began in 1811, fuelled by the poverty of the Framework Knitters, before taking root in Britain’s industrial north. Your choices will dictate which direction the story will take. You will be asked to advise our young Knitter on issues such as whether he should join a Luddite Gang and engage in criminal activities to highlight his frustration; support The Committee who advocate peaceful methods and discussion to improve their situation or …

Shortlist

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    Hel Looks has been documenting street styles in Helsinki, capital of Finland, since 2005. Hel Looks documents individual, unique looks and styles, without age, gender or other boundaries or limits. The blog was started in July 2005 and it’s created by Liisa Jokinen and Sampo Karjalainen who have also taken all the photos on the site.

All Submissions

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    Ethnological methods was used to collect contemporary pick-up lines by Hotel and Restaurant Museum. The pick-up lines were used to create a generator on a mobile site which can work as a marketing tool for the museum as well.

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    In 2014 Studio Louter created an interactive game for the famous Mauritshuis museum about the 17th century, the Dutch Golden Age. This game is part of an educational program that prepares 8 to 12 year old primary school children for their visit to the museum. It is designed for a classroom setting, to be played on either a digital school board or large touchscreen. The game is formatted as a live action quiz, whereby the quizmaster draws the students into the world of the Mauritshuis and makes it come alive as he walks around inside the paintings.

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    MapMyVisit connects museums and their visitors. Visitors can re-experience a tour and relive the interpretation they had during a museum visit. It helps to communicate with visitors about events, exhibitions and news updates. Plus it will help connect visitors to social media outlets, websites and web shops.

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    Bonga castle is an inspiring gallery of the professor, artist Riitta Nelimarkka. It is located in the little coastal city of Loviisa, Finland, 1 hour drive east of Helsinki. The building has been renovated into a studio and an art museum-gallery that welcomes the people of any age. The Bonga website invites public to explore art and visit this peculiar, historic place. Nelimarkka.com website provides more reference about the art that fills this joyful castle. Both websites include video clips previewing Bonga and its art in a nutshell.

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    The Cyprus University of Technology Library, responding to its social role in the preservation and enhancement of cultural heritage has recently completed various historical collections digitization projects. One of the main goals of these projects is the preservation and enhancement of the value of the cultural heritage of Cyprus, presenting the history, the traditions and the customs of Cyprus internationally. The Library, in cooperation with various institutions of the country, is actively involved in the recording and digitization of cultural heritage content, while at the same time is providing an advisory role in digitization. The Library implements innovative information technologies …