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Artivity phase 3 pitch

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This is the 8min pitch presented during the third JISC Research Data Spring sandpit at the University of Warwick on the 10th of December 2015.

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Artivity phase 3 pitch

  1. 1. Semantic Desktop for Art practice - Research data spring Artivity10/12/2015
  2. 2. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 2 The problem ● Art is about the process not about the outcome Gino Ballantyne
  3. 3. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 19
  4. 4. (wifi – GPS data)
  5. 5. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 27 The problem ● Art is about the process not about the outcome Gino Ballantyne
  6. 6. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 28 Key audience ● Artists – self-archiving ● Researchers interested in art history – data about context – mode of work ● Researchers interested in technique – data about software tools and settings ● authenticity of digital art
  7. 7. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 29 Strands ● Research data deposit and sharing protocols & tools ● Data creation, deposit and re-use by discipline ● Research data systems integration and interoperability ● Research data analytics ● Shared research data services
  8. 8. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 30 Strands ● Research data deposit and sharing protocols & tools ● Data creation, deposit and re-use by discipline ● Research data systems integration and interoperability ● Research data analytics ● Shared research data services in the arts
  9. 9. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 31 Extended audiences ● Invoicing for freelancers / design studios – time spent of projects – people involved – resources used ● Group design – attribution – justification – annotation ● University administration – provide data for REF ● Teaching / learning – share instructions – automated assessment – evaluate exercises ● Developers of creative software – find out about the popularity / use of features
  10. 10. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 32 What we promised
  11. 11. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 33 What we promised
  12. 12. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 34 What we promised ● data format ● sustainability+
  13. 13. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 35 What we delivered ● Cross-platform Artivity deamon and Explorer – .NET/mono – Linux, MacOSX, Windows
  14. 14. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 41 What we delivered ● Cross-platform Artivity deamon and Explorer – .NET/mono – Linux, MacOSX, Windows ● Krita plugin
  15. 15. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 43 What we delivered ● Cross-platform Artivity deamon and Explorer – .NET/mono – Linux, MacOSX, Windows ● Krita plugin ● Libre Graphics Meeting 2016 – London
  16. 16. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 45 What we delivered ● Cross-platform Artivity deamon and Explorer – .NET/mono – Linux, MacOSX, Windows ● Krita plugin ● Libre Graphics Meeting 2016 – London ● Artivity data model – based on W3C PROV ontology
  17. 17. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 48 Mass deployment ● Deployment in UAL network – MS Windows: 3800 machines (55%) – MacOS: 3200 machines (45%) – Adobe CS: 5200 machines (76%)
  18. 18. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 49 Sustainability ● How to fund further development: – developer communities to contribute (e.g. by maintaining plugins) – commercial add-ons to fund part of core development – push Artivity as a solution for Arts related REF submissions – deploy in large institutions – Artivity as a service (e.g. UAL or even JISC)
  19. 19. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 50 Sustainability ● Why software is future safe: – licenses checked: GPL and MIT – .NET/mono is a popular project – Openlink virtuoso is also popular ● any triple store will do – Eto.forms is a healthy open source project ● any UI toolkit will do – Automated compiling is possible ● Jenkins deployment and documentation – Standard client/server architecture
  20. 20. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 51 Phase 3: Project partners ● University of the Arts London ● Semiodesk
  21. 21. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 54 Phase 3: Project plan Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Photoshop plugin Illustrator plugin deposit: e.g. ORCID, e-prints MacOSX deployment Windows deployment Testing: Ballantyne, Gander LGM UAL deploy Proposals: ● CHArt conference – October 2016 (?) ● AAH – April 2017 ● DH 2017 – August 2017
  22. 22. 10 Dec 2015 Artivity 55 Phase 3: Budget ● Development costs: £20,000 ● Testing: £2,000 ● Directly Allocated: – Research time: £9,346 – Admin: £1,974 ● Indirect costs: £7,831 ● Travel: £1,100 ● Total FEC: £41,651 ● JISC to fund: £31,688
  23. 23. Avani Kamal - http://avanikamal.com/
  24. 24. Wendy Roberts http://wendysianroberts.blogspot.co.uk/

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