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Arts Digital R&D podcast 2: mobile & location-based technology and gaming

This is the second in the Arts Council’s Arts Digital R&D podcast series – podcast 2 is all about using mobile and location-based technology and gaming to engage arts and culture audiences.

The series, hosted by arts and culture broadcaster and journalist John Wilson, explores the innovative use of digital technology in the arts and cultural sectors and features discussion and debate from expert studio guests and pioneering case study examples of digital projects.

Each programme in the series will focus on one of the themes at the core of the new Digital R&D Fund for the Arts: User generated content and social media; Digital distribution and exhibition; Mobile, location and games; Data and archives; Resources; and Education and learning.

The next batch of blogposts from each of the projects will be released soon so keep your eyes on the blog!

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Categories: Overview, Resources
  1. Dalan
    September 3, 2012 at 10:02 am

    As I’ve already said in my post about the LSO app, I think gamification and, to a broader extent, users feedback are the ways of the future: they get people interested, give them a way to interact, it helps companies focus on what really matters and/or the mistakes that have been made and attracts the interest of those that would have maybe ignored the project (this especially through social media and users sharing). This of course holds true for any sort of market/business, but I can see how it would work particularly well in the art sector.

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