MOBILE MUSEUM GUIDE
It aims to design and develop new forms of storytelling for the historical, artistic and cultural heritage through mobile technologies
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Bologna at Hand This project presents the city of Bologna and its relations with British, French and Spanish culture. British Bologna, Bologne francaise, and Bolonia Espanol are three mobile apps promoted by the University of Bologna, in collaboration with the Inter-University Centre for Romantic Studies, Bologna Welcome and several local cultural Institutions. Project manager and scientific consultant: Prof. Paolo Granata Design of contents: Dr. Giulia Iseppi (student), Dr. Irene Medulla (student)

 

 

Montagnana: tesori tra le mura This is an application made by the homonymous town very rich in contents, simple and with a clean design. The evocative images and the audio guides lead us in a sort of virtual visit of the town through some quick guides to Montagnana history and its main characteristics. The news section, which is strategically linked to the web site of Pianura News through a web page, is continually updated. This kind of link becomes available whether the web site of origin of the news has been equipped with the RSS feed system. The app is promoted in collaboration with the City of Montagnana, Coop Services and Pianura News. Project manager and scientific consultant: Paolo Granata Design of contents: Riccardo Bolognesi (student)

Susan Horner’s Florence Susan Horner, a British writer on Italian subjects, spent eight months in Florence in 1861 and 1862. In her diary, she describes her experiences, impressions and acquaintances in the Tuscan capital, providing a detailed account of the life of an expatriate in 19th-century Florence. This application will take you on a tour of Susan’s Florence, mapping out spaces and places that were meaningful to her during her stay in the city. Follow in Susan’s footsteps and get to know the city she loved! The app is promoted in collaboration with the The British Institute of Florence and map2app. Project manager and scientific consultant: Prof. Paolo Granata Design of contents: Dr. Sanni Tengvall (student)