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The Museum of National Antiquities
Web design, image databases, VR presentations, film production, content management systems, multimedia productions, and more
My long-standing collaboration with the Museum of National Antiquities began in 1996, when we developed their first website (followed by several revisions, with the latest in 2002). We also built their first public and searchable image database and content management system in 2002. Additionally, we created three major multimedia publications: The Viking Birka, The Viking Period (ISBN 91-89176-20-0), and Pre Histories (ISBN 91-89176-34-0). These publications were distributed to all Swedish schools to foster interest in history. We pioneered the use of VR techniques for presentations of rooms and objects from 1996 onwards. Other projects have included film production, support, maintenance, and batch conversion and handling of large quantities of images.
A case study exploring image magnification development for the Pre Histories Multimedia DVD.
Sample panorama from the Forntider multimedia DVD, created for the Museum of National Antiquities in Stockholm, Sweden. Please note that the original production is a multimedia DVD, and the examples below are for demonstration purposes only.
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Pre Histories/Forntider, Historiska museet, The Museum of National Antiquities, Stockholm, HEAMEDIA 2007
Forntider, Pre Histories / Virtual Tour of the Exhibition
Pre Histories, Multimedia DVD. ISBN 91-89176-34-0. Historiska museet, The Museum of National Antiquities, Stockholm, Sweden
Pre Histories/Forntider, Historiska museet, The Museum of National Antiquities, Stockholm, Shockwave Show, HEAMEDIA 2007
Production Management and Media Handling Interface
Gathering material can be a time-consuming task, and writing text and metadata can be an even more challenging endeavor. Without proper database management and document storage, recalling past work from 10 years ago can be nearly impossible.
To address these challenges, a web interface was developed, allowing for last-minute edits, changes, and additions during the production process. This ensures users can easily access the most recent and accurate version.
The web interface streamlines image editing and metadata management in multimedia production.
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