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Q rpedia codes presentation given in bristol 16 April bamkin & eden

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QRpedia codes presentation given in Bristol 16 april Roger Bamkin & Terence Eden at Wikimedia UK AGM 2011 at the Watershed.

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Q rpedia codes presentation given in bristol 16 April bamkin & eden

  1. 1. HelloAbstract History Insight QR Codes QRpedia Codes or Why its illegal to not use WikipediaResearch or What can happen when GLAM meets Wiki Roger Bamkin @Edent & @Victuallers Install (Victuallers) (Roger Bamkin and Terence Eden)Findings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrpedia @victuallers
  2. 2. Hello Who am I?Abstract Roger Bamkin (Victuallers) Admin, Wikipedian in Residence/GLAM Ambassador History Worked with British and Derby Museums Insight Who is he?Research Terence Eden (@Tedent) Mobile Internet Consultant with 8 years Install experience in Mobile Web Read the blog or follow the tweetsFindings Legal And see the acknowledgements!Conclude @edent #glamderby #qrpedia @victuallers
  3. 3. HelloAbstract History British Museum created Insight 100 Articles ... So what?Research FA 2 7 Can Wikimedia change something? Derby GA 2 6 Install Museums and Wikimedia UK have been working together. They have organised a B 16 24Findings backstage pass and experimented with C 20 54 using QR codes for labelling artefacts. As a Start 59 112 result of the collaboration Bamkin and Legal Eden have designed Qrpedia.org which Stub 30 31 allow multi lingual access to exhibits List 1 3Conclude Total 148 255 @edent #glamderby #qrpedia @victuallers (june) (Nov)
  4. 4. Hello Getting GLAMs to “come out” ... Abstract 1. Kalulu 1. Handaxe 1 2 2. Reindeer 2. Sleep Reindeer> History This is different! 3. BBC point 3. Clovis Insight 4. Indian artist 4. A.S. Lovers This isn’t information coming out 5. Barnet Burns 5. Barnet Burns Research This is Wikipedia going in! 3 4 5 Install Findings Legal Conclude
  5. 5. Hello Derby Museum information coming out ...Abstract Whittaker 1. Whittaker 1 2 2. Matlockite History 3. Alkmunds bridge 4. White Watson Insight 5. Virgil’s tombResearch 3 4 5 InstallFindings LegalConclude Policy change : Wikipedia is not banned and photos are allowed
  6. 6. Hello Why do museums write labels?Abstract History Because ... Insight They like doing it, its “their job” Its very tricky...Research We could use QR Codes but they won’t lets us try InstallFindings LegalConclude
  7. 7. Hello One museum said...Abstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings We will ... Legal ... And you can do itConclude NOW!
  8. 8. Hello QR Codes ... What are they? Can we make one?Abstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings We will ... Legal ... And you can do itConclude NOW!
  9. 9. Hello What is the payback period when it cost 20p?Abstract 1. Printing 1 2 2. Cutting History 3. Position Insight 4. First use 5. DisplayResearch 3 4 5 InstallFindings LegalConclude Policy change : Its easy ...
  10. 10. Hello Where it was demonstratedAbstract 1. White Watson 1 2 2. Fluorescence History 3. Allenton Hippo Insight 4. Display 5. AdvertResearch 3 4 5 InstallFindings LegalConclude Policy change : Wikipedia is now advertised as a source of information
  11. 11. Hello StrengthsAbstract “It is intended to try an improved version of the trial” History InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrpedia @victuallers
  12. 12. HelloAbstract Not Much To Learn History  Limited Information Insight  Mono-Lingual  UnchangingResearch Install Lets Make it...  LearnedFindings  Multi-Lingual  Evolving LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  13. 13. Hello A Quick ExampleAbstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  14. 14. Hello How It WorksAbstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  15. 15. Hello How It WorksAbstract History 1. QRWP detects the phones language and automatically sends the phone to the Insight  language specific &  mobile friendlyResearch Wikipedia article InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  16. 16. Hello http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rossetta_StoneAbstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  17. 17. Hello http://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stein_von_RosetteAbstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  18. 18. Hello http://zh.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/羅塞塔石碑Abstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  19. 19. Hello Dealing With Other LanguagesAbstract History  25% - 50% of visitors to UK museums are foreigners*  Not every museum is in the UK Insight  English is not the “most important” language on Wikipedia.Research Install * http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/about_us/doing_business_with_us/factFindings s_and_figures.aspx * http://www.vam.ac.uk/about_va/international/international/index.html LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  20. 20. Hello Dealing With Other LanguagesAbstract History  In France, the Mona Lisa is called “La Joconde” InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  21. 21. HelloAbstract History InsightResearch La Joconde Install 1. http://fr.qrwp.org/La_JocondeFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  22. 22. Hello To RecapAbstract History  A QR code for every exhibit  Linked to Mobile Wikipedia Insight  Automatically detect the visitors language  Low capital costResearch  Low administration overhead InstallFindings  Oh and the The WRIGHT CHALLENGE LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  23. 23. Hello Why use QRWP codes?Abstract History  If you have a limitless budget to continually update the information on your 100,000 plus artefacts then Insight you dont need QR codes.  If you can supply most of your information in 5 or 6Research languages and occasionally in 150 languages then you dont need QRWP codes Install  If your alternative is more accessible then the lawFindings will not oblige you to use other external sources LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  24. 24. Hello HistoryAbstract History  1994 Toyota create a Quick response 2D bar code  200? Mobile phones get cameras and access to the web Insight  201? Phone companies pre-install QR code readers  2011 Wikipedia geek debate on “QR Codes in Museum”  2011 Demo of QR demo at Derby blogged by @edentResearch  Multi-lingual QR code Algorithm developed by @edent and @victuallers Install  Programming complete and QRWP live 30 March 2011  April 9th - hereFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  25. 25. Hello AcknowledgementsAbstract • Nick Moyes: - Derby Museum curator who said “Yes” History • Jonathon Wallis : Who agreed Wikipedia partnership • Jimmy Wales :support to the partnership idea Insight • Terence Eden: Co-founder of QRpedia codesResearch • Fæ:– programming and applause • Andrew Turvey and Mike Peal – Wikimedia UK Install • Matthew Cock and Witty Lama – Walked the walkFindings • James Bamkin – supplied QR codes overnight Legal • Richard Mackney – tested it all and told the worldConclude
  26. 26. HelloAbstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  27. 27. HelloAbstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers
  28. 28. HelloAbstract History InsightResearch InstallFindings LegalConclude @edent #glamderby #qrwp @victuallers

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