Added by Michael Twidale, last edited by Olivia Petersen on Oct 25, 2011  (view change)


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A list of examples of Interactive Resources relating to Cultural Heritage.

Feel free to suggest others, by adding them to the list
If you want to claim it as the one you are investigating, put your initials next to it.
If you are providing it as open to anyone, don't add any initials.
If you want to, add an explanatory sentence of what the interactive is.


Not all the suggestions here are necessarily very interactive.
Some may no longer work.
Some require downloading and installing.
No guarantees, but as far as I know they are all legitimate.
It is your decision about whether to risk installing the application on your machine. I haven't tested all of these. I'm pretty confident that they are safe to install, but I could be wrong.
And some are very addictive...

Games, game-like and playful applications

Please add those you know of

The List

Resources where you can find other examples

Smithsonian's Ghost of a Chance ARG

Here is the Broklyn art museums "Split Second" project. they use Indian paintings to collect curatorial data about what the viewer sees. It is both an online exhibit and a remote project.

Interactive resources we can't interact with, but we can look at