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CultureClic - La culture augmentée sur mobile - Application Mobile de Géolocalisation & Réalité Augmentée

CultureClic - La culture augmentée sur mobile - Application Mobile de Géolocalisation & Réalité Augmentée
A brand-new mobile experience Another way to discover art and history With CultureClic you can explore 900 geolocated paintings, photos and engravings. Most of them are located in Paris, but many are also in Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille and Avignon. These can be discovered and explored in augmented reality mode (iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 only, Android application soon available) or via maps and lists. It is a virtual exhibition that unfolds around you thanks to your mobile.

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Les actualités de l'éditeur et créateur d'applications pour tablettes JOUE AVEC AB EX NY iPad App The new MoMA Art Lab iPad app Create artworks using shapes, lines, and colors. Now available on the App Store i Photo by Jason Brownrigg Facebook Leads by Engagement in France – January 19, 2012Posted in: Engagement, Europe, Web Traffic In France, 47.8 million internet users spent a total of nearly 1.2 billion hours online in December 2011. Google Sites was the top online property by unique visitors, attracting over 44.8 million people who spent a total of 137.5 million hours on the site. During December, Â over 39.2 million users went to Microsoft Sites making it the second most popular online property ranked by visitors.. Facebook was the leading site in terms of engagement with over 32.9 million unique visitors spending 165.5 million hours on the site during the month.

Reject Reality and Substitute Your Own: Using Augmented Reality as Art Thomas Eberwein, “Ghost” (2013) (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic except where noted) Whether you like it or not, the digital invasion of Google Glasses is on its way, bringing the alternate world of augmented reality with it. As the late sci-fi author Philip K. L'application Métro Paris sur iPhone et iPod Touch MoMA Art Lab pour iPad sur l’iTunes App Store My museum le Louvre L'application iPhone «My Museum le Louvre» est un audioguide qui propose de visiter le musée du Louvre de manière originale et amusante. L'utilisateur doit aider Paulette, une guide espiègle et amicale à résoudre les énigmes d'un jeu de piste. Paulette a le pouvoir de faire parler les oeuvres et en profite pour «interviewer» 25 oeuvres sur un ton libre et amical. My Museum le Louvre a été réalisée en partenariat avec la Rmn-Grand palais et avec le soutien du musée du Louvre. My museum Le Louvre vous donne rendez-vous au coeur de Paris dans le plus grand musée du monde.

Online Engagement Grows Across France – March 20, 2012Posted in: Engagement, Europe In February 2012, 47.6 million unique visitors in France went online for an average of 24.7 hours over the course of the month. While the total internet audience increased by 1 percent over the past year, average engagement saw higher growth at 5 percent. Google Sites continues to rank as the top online property, attracting 43.9 million visitors for an average of nearly 3 hours per user in the month. Microsoft Sites followed with nearly 38.2 million users who spent an average of 2.6 hours per user on the site. Research – Museums on Twitter During April 2011 MuseumNext ran an online survey about Twitter and the way that museums should use it. We were supported in this effort by hundreds of museums who asked their followers to help us with our research. The segment shown here are people who identified themselves as not working for museums (we may publish those who did work in museums separately), over 1000 people took the time to answer these questions, giving us a significant sample. 79% of those who said they follow museums are over the age of 25, showing that this is probably not the best medium for reaching a youth audience. So what do the public think that museums should use Twitter for? 98.9% of those who took the survey said Twitter should be used to inform them about exhibitions and events.

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