AMM2013 - Mobile Tours and Portable Content

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  • Tate Handhled, MCN, Mailing List, Partner Discussions
  • 1.21 jigawatts
  • A Story Structure specification
  • A Story Structure specification
  • A Story Structure specification
  • Content experiences are specific and personal per institution.
  • - BPOC, Smithsonian, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, Minnesota Historical Society, Dallas Museum of Art, Eiteljorg, MET
  • Tap is a set of modules on top of drupal, acts as the authoring environment for tours, exports TourML, can be fed to your application layer – webapp or custom
  • Example of our 100 Acres tourContains video, image, and audio stops for locations around the acreageHas metadata like image, title, location (starting center of map
  • Primarynavigatin is achieved through “stop groups”, or a stop that connects to one or more other stops.Just like a normal stop can have a codeLinks to other stopsHas metadata of its ownHas a location
  • Where can you embed fromCover image, audio, web stops
  • Location will show on the map if stop is a stop group or has code associated with it
  • Built in content typesExplain differences (fields, uses)Can create your own stop types
  • Can also extend the built in content types by adding new fields.
  • Fields can be configured as different types of TourML representation. - Title, Desc, Asset, Property
  • Example of our mobile tours in the tap web app.ThemerollerManual CSS
  • BPOC and 3 of their supported museums- Custom css
  • Available in Zip or iOS bundle formatCan be used for offline viewingCan be used in an external applicationArchiving Content
  • offline use, bundle tourml data,or fetch from server,native feel,app store deployment, requires technical knowledge, but not necessarily a developer
  • Each Top level menu item is a stop group
  • Custom Stop Type, Event Stop
  • Expanded view of an Event Stop
  • Each Theme is a stop group containing image stops
  • Image Stop with multiple image assets
  • Enlarged single image from image stop
  • Video stop
  • Application profiles are a way to express a set of metadata that an application expects to be present in TourML instance documents. TAP applications support certain types of stop views (e.g. video, image, audio, etc.) and expects to find specific asset usages within those stops (e.g. primary for the main video file in a video stop). Application profiles are also the answer to the question, "How do I import TourML into another content management system?"It is up to each vendor, community, application, and/or individual to collaboratively agree upon an application profile for a specific domain
  • AMM2013 - Mobile Tours and Portable Content

    1. 1. Mobile Tours and Portable Content Kyle Jaebker Director IMA Lab Indianapolis Museum of Art kjaebker@imamuseum.org @kjaebker Gray Bowman Application Developer Indianapolis Museum of Art gbowman@imamuseum.org @graybowman
    2. 2. What is Data Portability?
    3. 3. Data portability is the ability for people to reuse their data across interoperable applications. - http://dataportability.org/
    4. 4. Do you have an application at your institution where the content is tied to the technology?
    5. 5. “Never create something you can’t reuse” - @rjstein
    6. 6. How can we unlock our content? Photo via Flickr user sam.d
    7. 7. Specifications & Standards • • • • • Dublin Core Schema.org LIDO ePub 3.0 TourML
    8. 8. TourML
    9. 9. Why TourML?
    10. 10. How TourML?
    11. 11. What TourML is: • Tour Content • Content Semantics • Content Relations What TourML is not: • Tour Presentation
    12. 12. • TourSet • Tour • Metadata • Stops • Assets • Connections TourML
    13. 13. Images Video Audio Objects Web Pages Location Text TourML: Assets Photo via Flickr user ToastyKen
    14. 14. A collection of assets experienced together TourML: Stops Photo via Flickr user loop_oh
    15. 15. How stops relate to one another for expressing the flow of your story. TourML: Connections
    16. 16. Tour Stop Asset Asset Reference TourML: A specification for mobile tour content
    17. 17. Tour Stop Stop Asset Asset Connection Asset Reference TourML: A specification for mobile tour content
    18. 18. Tour Stop Stop Stop Stop Asset Connection Asset Reference TourML: Tour Asset Stop Asset Asset
    19. 19. TourSet TourML: TourSet
    20. 20. TourML: More Information • http://tapintomuseums.org/about-tourml • https://github.com/IMAmuseum/tourml • https://github.com/IMAmuseum/tourml/wiki
    21. 21. Enough about specifications already…
    22. 22. What is TAP?
    23. 23. • 2 year IMLS National Leadership Grant • A collaboration of Museums, Vendors, and Content Experts 1. 2. 3. Create open-source tools that can be used in full or in pieces to support the creation of mobile experiences in museums Build community support and adoption of the TourML metadata specification as a means of representing the content of mobile museum experiences Successfully use these tools and methods to launch and document mobile experiences in each of the partner museums Goals of the TAP & TourML Project
    24. 24. Authoring Layer Building blocks of TAP Content Layer Application Layer
    25. 25. How to get from here to there
    26. 26. TAP: Authoring Layer
    27. 27. TAP: Authoring Layer
    28. 28. TAP: Authoring Layer
    29. 29. TAP: Authoring Layer
    30. 30. TAP: Authoring Layer
    31. 31. TAP: Authoring Layer
    32. 32. TAP: Authoring Layer
    33. 33. • Built with Backbone and jQuery Mobile • Can be themed with ThemeRoller • Can be themed with CSS manually TAP: Web App
    34. 34. Bundles: A collection of all TourML and assets in one file TAP: TourML Bundles
    35. 35. TAP: iOS App
    36. 36. http://www.TAPintoMuseums.org
    37. 37. Extending TAP & TourML
    38. 38. Ai Weiwei: According to What - iPad App
    39. 39. Ai Weiwei: According to What - Timeline
    40. 40. Ai Weiwei: According to What - Timeline
    41. 41. Ai Weiwei: According to What - Themes
    42. 42. Ai Weiwei: According to What - Themes
    43. 43. Ai Weiwei: According to What - Themes
    44. 44. Ai Weiwei: According to What - Interviews
    45. 45. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    46. 46. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    47. 47. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    48. 48. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    49. 49. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    50. 50. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    51. 51. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    52. 52. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    53. 53. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    54. 54. Art Institute of Chicago - LaunchPad
    55. 55. Application Profiles • Answers the question, "How do I import TourML into another content management system?" • Tells the rendering application what metadata to expect in the TourML TourML: Application Profiles
    56. 56. Beyond TourML… More on portable data Photo via Flickr user HarshWCAM3
    57. 57. Collection Data • Single JSON file per object • Users can Fork it and contribute changes • https://github.com/IMAmuseum/i ma-collection
    58. 58. Re-Architecting the IMA
    59. 59. Thank You Any Questions? Kyle Jaebker Director IMA Lab Indianapolis Museum of Art kjaebker@imamuseum.org @kjaebker Gray Bowman Application Developer Indianapolis Museum of Art gbowman@imamuseum.org @graybowman

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