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Historicizing Public Space with QR Codes

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In the fall term of 2012-13 a group of museum studies students at Umeå University in Sweden were challenged as part of their course to make a museum installation in a public space using Quick Response (QR) Codes.

This is a short photo-essay of the results.

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Historicizing Public Space with QR Codes

  1. 1. Historicizing Public Space with QR Codes
  2. 2. In the fall term of 2012-13 a group of museum studiesstudents at Umeå University in Sweden were challenged as part of their course to make a museum installation in a public space using Quick Response (QR) Codes. This is a short photoessay of the results.
  3. 3. Strömpilenhttp://museiteknik.wordpress.com/
  4. 4. Vågspel http://vapspel.wordpress.com/
  5. 5. Scharinska Villanhttp://evvelina.wordpress.com/
  6. 6. Vanörtsparkenhttp://oskarochvanortsparken.wordpress.com/
  7. 7. Thank YouThanks to Torkel, Stephanie, Jim R, Stefan G, JonS and all the crew in HUMlab, and to the Cultureand Media Department at Umeå University, thestaff and admin of Scharinska, Strömpilen, UmeåUniversity. Last but by no means least thanks tothe students of Museum Studies who made thiswork and the journey so interesting. Jim.barrett@humlab.umu.se

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