5 helene hahn openglam workshop 2014 final

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How to use cultural heritage data: Coding Da Vinci results – Helene Hahn, Open Knowledge Foundation Germany

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5 helene hahn openglam workshop 2014 final

  1. 1. Open Culture Hackathon … brings together both cultural heritage institutions and the hacker & designer community to develop ideas and prototypes for the cultural sector and the public.
  2. 2. kick-off event 26th -27th April, Berlin data presentations & hacking Open Culture Hackathon sprint 10-weeks time to further develop the project ideas awards ceremony 06th July, Berlin results
  3. 3. 16 cultural heritage institutions, 20 open data sets, 150 participants at kick-off event, 180 at awards ceremony, 26 project ideas, 17 developed projects (beyond prototyping) Open Culture Hackathon
  4. 4. Institutions ...
  5. 5. metadata + content: → scans of insect boxes, animal sounds → sounds and videos of music instruments → pictures of jewish address books → historical paintings of Berlin → scans of ferns → historical maps → list of banned authors & books by the Nazi's … … and data (codingdavinci.de/daten)
  6. 6. CC-BYVolkerAguerasGaeng
  7. 7. all projects online - codingdavinci.de/projekte
  8. 8. all projects online - codingdavinci.de/projekte
  9. 9. all projects online - codingdavinci.de/projekte
  10. 10. all projects online - codingdavinci.de/projekte
  11. 11. Helene Hahn helene.hahn@okfn.org Project Lead Coding da Vinci Open Culture / OpenGLAM Open Knowledge Foundation Germany Open Culture Hackathon

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