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SmartUK QRpedia

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Smart UK Short List at Westminster Conference Centre on 23rd January 2012. …

Smart UK Short List at Westminster Conference Centre on 23rd January 2012.

QRpedia on show with 12 other Smart Mobile ideas.Examples shown are from, Derby Museum - King of Rome, Domesday Book, Collosus Computer from Bletchley Park, Wiki Loves Monuments from Russia, Jimmy Wales in Indianapolis Childrens Museum


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  • 1. The King of Rome - A dead pigeon that saved someone’s life?QRpedia.org - Crowd Sourcery The man whose life was saved by thispigeon found the bird via QRpedia
  • 2. Benjamin West Painting was not on show in April 2012 @ Derby MuseumQRpedia.org - Crowd Sourcery This painting was written about by aFrenchman – and readby over 50,000 people in Russia – in Russian
  • 3. QRpedia launched April 9th by Bamkin & Eden in DerbyQRpedia.org - Crowd Sourcery50 editors outside the Derby Museum can be read about in UK created 1,200 Anglo-Saxon, Belorussian, Catalan, articles in over 50 Danish, Esperanto, Finnish, German, languages Hebrew, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Latin...
  • 4. QRpedia at the Indianapolis Childrens MuseumQRpedia.org - Crowd SourceryJimmy Wales showing his support for QRpedia.
  • 5. QRpedia has been on Spanish TV three times (used at Joan Miró exhibition)QRpedia.org - Crowd Sourcery Frenchman reads about Joan Miró painting in one of eight languages in Barcelona
  • 6. QRpedia is used on some of the World’s most iconic objectsQRpedia.org - Crowd Sourcery The famous Colossuscomputer at Bletchley Park has a QRpedia code in 20 languages
  • 7. The Domesday Book – about forty languages – including EnglishQRpedia.org - Crowd Sourcery Some of the mostvaluable items in theUK National Archiveshave a QRpedia Code
  • 8. QRpedia has been on Russian TelevisionQRpedia.org - Crowd Sourcery Anastasia Lvova arranged for us to label a photoexhibition in about 8 languages
  • 9. Occupy – QRpedia QRpedia.org - Crowd SourcerySome of the applications for QRpedia we only find out about later
  • 10. QRpedia.org - Crowd SourceryImagine a whole town covered in QRpedia codes – Imagine it inApril – in three months
  • 11. A gravestone from MonmouthpediA – Creating a wiki-townQRpedia.org - Crowd Sourcery10,000 people read about a church inMonmouth on 21st January 2012
  • 12. QRpedia StatisticsQRpedia.org - Crowd Sourcery We’ve had 20,000hits of wiki article in last 3 months