Loads of amazing prototypes are generated from Culture Hack Days – here are some of our favourites. Some have now received development funding to become commercial products.
By: Dr Chris Wingfield (University of Cambridge's Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology) and Billy Gibson (Atlas Live)From: East 2013
An iPad app bringing to life archaeological finds around Cambridge.
By: Specialmoves, Parrabbola, DanceDigital and firstsiteFrom: East 13
Online service that helps bring together groups of people interested in attending the same exhibitions or performances.
By: Roy Shearer, Michael Shorter, Tom Metcalfe, & Jack ChalkleyFrom: Scotland 2012
A hardware hack of animated trousers that dance with increased cultural activity.
By: Stef Lewandowski, Katy Beale & Carolyn JonesFrom: Scotland 2012.
A website bringing the extensive archive of photographer Richard Demarco’s Edinburgh Festival images to the public.
By: Jim Newbery - @froots101, Philip Roberts, Rory Fitzpatrick - @roryf, and Padmini Murray - @praymurrayFrom: Scotland 2012
A realtime, multiplayer Shakespearean parlour game app.
By: David BellFrom: Scotland 2012
An Audio Visualiser using data from the National Museum of Scotland sound archive.
By: Tim WatersFrom: North 2011
A geolocation app that plots paintings on a map, showing where they were painted.
By: Heather Burke and Alistair MacDonaldFrom: North 2011
An app that uses the NRM rolling stock location data to list the trains closest a user, wherever they are in the world.
By: Mick Adams, James Hitchcock, Carolyn JonesFrom: North 2011
An emergency opinion generator/converstation starter.
By: Stef Lewandowski and Rachel ColdicuttFrom: East 2012
A “stream of (artificial) consciousness” generator, creating fake, but semi-believable pages of Ulysses.