1. Introduction Creative commons in relation to digital materials and open-source software are useful resources for heritage organisations. Using freely available materials such as images, music and computer applications may provide significant savings on licensing fees. Your organisation can also create digital content which you may then choose to make openly available to others, especially … Read more
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What implications and opportunities should we consider when using 3D scanning or printing to create 3D digital models from our collections?
1. Opportunities and challenges in using 3D technology Creating 3D models of cultural artefacts can help to foster learning and provide new ways of engaging with heritage. The process can also offer access to resources previously denied to audiences and can help preserve fragile items. Essentially there are two approaches to creating three dimensional assets: … Read more
1. What is an open licensed asset? This guide is to help you and your heritage organisation navigate through the process of gaining permission from other people to include their copyright material in your open licensed asset. Open licensed assets are types of creative content which are made available for everyone to freely use, share … Read more
Describes how a group of Danish art galleries joined forces to develop a shared mobile platform based on open content. The case study explores the collaborative process and the benefits of cross-institution collaboration when developing an in-gallery mobile tool designed to encourage greater engagement. It also looks at the adoption of open licences such as the Creative Commons … Read more