Mikael Norrgård – Europeana content in video games

Mikael Norrgård

Mikael Norrgård showed an interesting concept that places Europeana content in mainstream video games. Paintings, books, artifacts and letters for some examples.

Photo: Henrik Löwenhamn, Swedish National Heritage Board (CC-BY)

Jeroen Meijer / Muzar – VISAR

Jeroen Meijer / Muzar

Jeroen Meijer / Muzar showed a working demo of his project VISAR.

Photo: Henrik Löwenhamn, Swedish National Heritage Board (CC-BY)

Wikimedia Sweden – Europeana addition to FIST

Wikimedians @ Hack4Europe Sweden

The team from Wikimedia, Johan Jönsson and Holger Motzkau, created a Europeana addition to FIST (Free Image Search Tool).

Photo: Lars Lundqvist, Swedish National Heritage Board (CC-BY)

Interviews from Hack4Europe Sweden

Winners of Hack4Europe Sweden

Here are all the winner from Hack4Europe in Sweden, June 10-11 2011.

The main winner, who gets to represent Sweden at the Digital Agenda Assembly in Brussels, will be announced Tuesday June 14 at 12am.

Most commercial potential: Team Pictura – Fancy Search

Biggest social impact/inclusion: Team Bogus Journey – Museumville

Most innovative: Team Duvebol – Time Mash

Developers prize: Team Bogus Journey – Museumville

Swedish National Heritage Board Special Prize: Team InUse/Copenhagen University – MyHometo.wn

Presentationerna av bidragen

Here are the presentations, in english.

Hur kan skolan arbeta med kulturarvet – Kristina Alexanderson

The Power of heritage – Jonas Söderström

Aristotle 2.0 – Jocke Jardenberg

The presentation, with english voice over.

Fritt fram – Johanna Berg

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