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  • Games & Interactive experiences

    Mascha Dammers

    FLYING OVER 17TH CENTURY AMSTERDAM What would a seagull have seen flying over Amsterdam's incredibly busy 17th century harbour? 'Dare to Discover | A VR journey' takes visitors on an emotional journey to the vibrant atmosphere of the Golden Age. It is the first museum experience in which VR is a social experience. With surround sound, special effects, dazzling motion graphics and the impressive digital reconstruction of the 17th century port of Amsterdam, visitors are experiencing what it must be like to visit the world’s busiest harbour in the Golden Age. You feel the wind as you fly, hear the sounds of the activity in the harbor as part of an emotional soundtrack, and the …

  • Film & Video

    Geir O. Klover

    The Fram Museum in Oslo has been one of the most popular museums in Norway since it opened in 1936. The museum is dedicated to the exploration of the Polar Regions. The main attractions of the museum are the polar exploration ships Fram and Gjøa. The highlight for the visitors, has always been the possibility of going onboard Fram and see the facilities where the explorers lived and worked in the ice. In 2018, we have made Fram expedition ready, fitted her out as she was during her famous expeditions. All the cabins, the galley, the workshop, the toilet, the engine room and the storage spaces are dressed with stores and personal equipment, look-a-like figures, sounds …

  • Film & Video

    Riitta Nelimarkka

    EERO NELIMARKKA – per aspera ad astra. Documentary film about the Finnish painter (1891-1977) with a strong French influence. The aim of the project is use the form of a film to make the life’s work of the major Finnish artist, Professor Eero Nelimarkka, more widely known, so as to reveal a new, radical, European side to the life and oeuvre of this artist who has been seen as a patriotic peasant. It also reveals more generally the influence radiating out from European art movements of the start of the 20th century on the life of a country that was then hidden away in the Baltic, an influence that continues to be a vital force right up to the present day. The material for this film …

  • App

    Léon Wennekes

    The invisible Roman past visualized with a unique APP Nijmegen: the oldest town in The Netherlands and its close villages south of the town were once the most civilized area of the Roman empire in the Netherlands. The town (Noviomagus), a huge army place (XX-legion), thriving villages and huge estates were common in the area. Unfortunately, there is virtually nothing left of this rich heritage. Here’s where this APP comes in. It’s a biking tour in three stages. Every stage has its own topics and with GPS this APP brings the following content to the target group of families: - Cycle to your own (virtual) archaeological treasures on specific GPS locations and literally excavate …

  • Film & Video

    Luca Agnani

    Video mapping 3d on the winter palace for the 500th anniversary of the Russian revolution