eCultValue has chosen meSch technology for validation in Living Labs. If you want to try out meSch technology in your own institution, then this is your chance! The call for proposals is open until September 10th, 2014.
A new meSch promotion video has been published.
The project's first annual review meeting with EU project reviewers took place on March 24th and 25th 2014 at the Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam. Having already had a long review preparation weekend on the 22nd and 23rd of March, it was a very demanding few days for all [...]
After a succesful review of the meSch project in March 2014 we are already full speed ahead in year 2. It is time to look back at research progress and achievements that were made in the first year. What have we done so far to achieve our goals? [...]
In May the Museon in The Hague will organize the annual Ecsite conference. One of the full day preconference sessions is even dedicated to the ‘power of objects’. It is therefore obvious that meSch technology should be visible during the conference days. The question was, what kind of [...]
How do you use Augmented Reality (AR) in a museum context? What are the usability differences of using iPads for AR compared to hiding an iPhone screen in a one-hand loupe device? A group of Virtual Museum Innovators got to compare results of the Allard Pierson Museum's AR [...]
In co-creation with museum staff, heritage professionals and curators, the Waag Society has developed a prototype for a new way of interacting with heritage objects in a museum. This prototype in the shape of a magnifying glass, makes it possible to bring objects to life with images, overlays, [...]
With 47 people on the waiting list one can say that the meSch related event ‘Museum Engagement and Digital Technologies’ sparked colossal interest. The event was fully booked two months ahead and those cultural heritage and technology enthusiasts who got to participate engaged with emerging 3D printing and [...]
Between the 15th and 17th of January, a co-design workshop organised by Waag Society, Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Limerick was held in Limerick, Ireland. Through co-design, the future users of the meSch toolkit - cultural heritage professionals - are encouraged to collaborate with designers, technologists, [...]
On 27 and 28 November 2013, the Waag Society - one of the institutions in the meSch consortium - hosted a co-creation and brainstorming workshop in Amsterdam. A video registration of the workshop is now online in the outputs section of this website.