‘Skelex’ is a virtual reality application that allows users to interactively explore exhibits of the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin. What is usually forbidden in the museum becomes possible with the virtual application: grabbing and pulling objects apart and much more.
While we all try to avoid personal contact and possible infection with the corona virus, digital offers provide an entertaining potential despite all the restrictions of everyday life. Mediasphere For Nature would therefore like to present to you old friends from projects of the past years and thus offer a little bit of nature-related information and entertainment.
At the last Coding da Vinci hackathon, the SnailSnap team showed you how to get sluggish yourself. In the first part of our series of blog entries on programming we show you how to cut the snails out automatically and then use them creatively.
Museum für Naturkunde Berlin will enter the Coding da Vinci Culture-Hackathon Ost with three datasets
On April 14th and 15th 2018, the Coding da Vinci-Hackathon in aid of digital cultural heritage will go into its next round, and again, the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin will take part. Three datasets have been selected and will be presented to interested digital ‘geeks’ at the launching event in Leipzig.