• Zoom in to high-resolution images
• Prepare your visit with maps and basic visitor information
• Stay current with event and exhibition updates
• Spanish, French, Mandarin, Japanese, Russian
Timeline brings to life the paintings of such masters as Botticelli, Da Vinci, Micheclangelo, Van Gogh, Monet, Courbet, Klimt, and 73 others in an eye-catching and easy to navigate format.
★ App Features
‣ Complete details of the work including the title, year of completion, actual dimensions, creator, current gallery location, etc. paired with a high-resolution digital image.
‣ Brief artist synopsis including date/location of birth/death, completed works, and more.
‣ Slide navigation at bottom of screen allows for quick scanning through years, artists, and their paintings.
‣ Swipe with a touch of the finger to jump from artist to artist.
‣ Supports Portrait and Landscape modes.
‣ Currently details 80 artists.
"Timeline - Art Museum" presents both public domain artworks and works that are protected by copyright. The works protected by copyright are posted on the application in accordance with fair use principles, because:
1. They are historically significant artworks;
2. The images are only being used for informational and educational purposes;
3. The images are readily available on the internet;
4. The images are low resolution copies of the original artworks and are unusable for commercial use;
"Timeline - Art Museum" uses Copyright term based on author's deaths according to Republic of Korea Copyright Law, that is 50 years. In other countries, the duration of copyright term may differ. Artworks protected by copyright are supposed to be used for contemplation. Images of that type of artworks are prohibited for copying, printing, or any kind of reproducing and communicating to public since these activities may be considered copyright infringement.
Opened to the public in 1929 in a beautiful Beaux Arts building on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the Rodin Museum houses some 140 works in bronze, marble and plaster by the great French sculptor Auguste Rodin. A gift to the city from philanthropist and movie theatre magnate Jules Mastbaum, the Museum offers one of the most comprehensive collections of the artist’s work outside Paris.
This application presents thirty-one sculptures by Rodin with audio and visual information on the objects, the artist and the Museum in Philadelphia. Information is presented by a museum curator, conservator and architectural historian. Pinch screen technology allows for extreme close up views of each object. Users can select objects a random, follow one of three related themes, share experiences through social media, and contribute to the Museum’ s online presence through photo sharing.
The Rodin Museum, Philadelphia
Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 22nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Category views, numeric keypad entry and the keyword search function enable you to access the tour anyway you wish.
The guide provides themed audio tours featuring stories from the day of 9/11 and the recovery at Ground Zero. It also presents details of the Museum’s archaeological elements and architectural designs of the Memorial and the Museum.
Witnessing History Tour: Narrated by Robert De Niro, this tour provides an overview of 9/11 and its aftermath. You’ll hear about the experiences of first responders, recovery workers, family members of those killed on 9/11, journalists, and others with stories to share. This tour is also available in American Sign Language, Chinese (Mandarin Simplified), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Discovering History Tour: Designed for children ages 8-11 years old and their families, this tour takes a close look at Museum artifacts and provides an age-appropriate recounting of the events of 9/11.
Building History Tour: This tour features the voices of architects, recovery workers, and preservationists describing the archaeological remnants of the World Trade Center visible in the Museum, as well as information about the building and design of the original complex and this Museum.
An audio descriptive tour of the Museum is also available.
Audio tours produced by Acoustiguide. App developed by Tristan Interactive.
Mit dem Wiener Wasserweg Tour-Guide wird Ihr Ausflug an die Alte Donau zum Erlebnis. Woher hat Kaisermühlen seinen Namen, was hat Unterwasserforscher-Legende Hans Hass mit der Alten Donau zu tun und welche Fische leben in der Alten Donau? Lassen Sie sich am Wiener Wasserweg zu ausgesuchten Plätzen führen und erfahren Sie in Wort und Bild spannende Details rund um die Alte Donau. Mit dem Quizmodus wird Ihr Ausflug zur spannenden Rätselrallye für die ganze Familie. Sammeln Sie Ihre Eindrücke in einer persönlichen Favoritenliste und teilen Sie diese über Facebook und Mail.
Genießen Sie Ihre Entdeckungsreise an der Alten Donau nochmals zu Hause! Mit dem Wiener Wasserweg Tour-Guide erhalten Sie eine persönliche Zusammenfassung Ihres Rundgangs, inklusive aller Informationen, die Sie als Favoriten markiert haben.
Spielerisch Lernen mit dem Quiz zum Wiener Wasserweg! Überprüfen Sie ihr Wissen nach der Tour in Form eines Quiz. Oder machen Sie sich im Quizmodus direkt auf Entdeckungsreise. Eine unterhaltsame Art, Wissen zur Alten Donau zu sammeln - für die ganze Familie.
Der Wiener Wasserweg macht Freu(n)de! Teilen Sie Ihren Tag an der Alten Donau mit Freunden und Familie auf Facebook. Einfach und direkt mit der Wiener Wasserweg App.
ÜBER DEN WIENER WASSERWEG
Der Wiener Wasserweg führt rund um die Obere und Untere Alte Donau. Entlang von 21 ausgesuchten Plätzen lässt sich historisch Wissenswertes erfahren, aber auch jede Menge über Fauna, Flora und die tägliche Erhaltung dieses wertvollen Ökosystems lernen.
Der Wiener Wasserweg präsentiert sich als Spazier- und Radweg für Klein und Groß. Hier lässt sich Freizeitspaß, Genuss und Entdeckungstour ideal verbinden. Er führt vorbei an zahlreichen Badeplätzen, aber auch Gastronomie- und Bootsverleihbetrieben.
So lässt sich die Alte Donau von vielen Seiten erleben.
Im Rahmen des EU- geförderten Projektes LIFE+ Alte Donau werden durch die Stadt Wien und die MA 45 – Wiener Gewässer zahlreiche Maßnahmen gesetzt, diese wertvolle urbane Kleinod langfristig zu sichern.
Funktionen der App:
- Suche im Katalog der Büchereien
- Merkliste für Bücher
- Suche im Katalog nach ISBN mit Barcode-Scanner
- Anzeige der ausgeliehenen Medien (mehrere Konten möglich)
- Vorbestellen von Büchern
- Direkte Vorbestellung und Ausleihe von E-Medien der Onleihe (Download bei manchen Dateiformaten)
- Verlängerung von ausgeliehenen Büchern und Abbrechen von Vorbestellungen
- Benachrichtigung bei Medien, die abgegeben werden müssen (keine Garantie)
- Anzeige von Informationen der Bibliothek (z.B. Öffnungszeiten)
- Suche nach Neuerscheinungen
Die App wurde im Auftrag der Bibliothek entwickelt von rami.io (Raphael Michel, http://rami.io) und vertrieben von subkom GmbH (http://subkom.de). Mehr Informationen zur Plus Edition der Web Opac App unter http://opacapp.de
Bei technischen Problemen wenden Sie sich bitte an email@example.com
A mobile optimized interface for online.boku.ac.at:
• Your courses
• Room search
• Exam results
• Study status
• Mensa menu
All important data from Uni BOKU Wien in one app.
Your data, especially your login data to online.boku.ac.at, will only be used by two parties: The app on your device and online.boku.ac.at.
This is an unofficial app, made for students of BOKU Wien.
Coming soon with nappz News!
When it was completed in 1902, the New York Herald proclaimed that Whitehall, Henry Flagler's Gilded Age estate in Palm Beach, was "more wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world." Today, Whitehall is a National Historic Landmark and is open to the public as the Flagler Museum, featuring guided tours, changing exhibits, and special programs.
Due to the large amount of media content in this app, please download in a WiFi area.
*268 archival photographs (several dozens never published before).
*17 videos shot for the guide with constructors (of the presented vehicles), race drivers (driving historical cars and motorcycles), scientists, drivers, hobbyists.
*7 videos with renowned actors, singers, and satirists shot for the guide (Bronisław Cieślak reminisces about his Polones, which he called Borewicz after a TV series character).
*15 fragments from historic Polish Film Chronicles (some available in the Internet for the first time).
*11 fragments of cult movies featuring the vehicles shown (Miś – Teddy Bear, Nie lubię poniedziałku – I don’t like Mondays, Brunet wieczorową porą, To ja złodziej).
*Motor sounds from historic motorcycles and cars, sounds made by a moving tram.
*27 virtual panoramas (all vehicles and the museum’s main hall).
*26 3D scans (all cars).
*A song by Grzegorz Halama about the Junak and our museum.
*Texts about the history of our motorcycles, passenger cars, trams, busses, and prototypes.
*Technical data, recollections from people related to the presented vehicles.
*Ticket prices for the museum, opening hours, contact information.
The vehicles shown in the multimedia guide include the: Alba motorcycle (1919), Stoewer V5 car (1932), Sokół 1000 motorcycle (1938), Fiat 508 Junak (1930s), N tram (1951), Mikrus microcar (1958), Smyk microcar prototype (1959), Syrena (1960), Warszawa (1963), Junak M10 motorcycle (1963), Iskra motorcycle prototype (1964), B-23 baggage tricycle (1960s), Osa scooter (1963), San H100 bus (1968), 102Na tram (1971), 105N tram (1977), Fiat 126p (1977), light off-road vehicle prototype based on the Fiat 126p (1978), WSK motorcycle (1978), Jelcz Cucumber bus (1978), Wszędołaz tracked vehicle prototype based on the Fiat 126p (1980), Fiat 125p (1981), Polonez (1983), Romet Ogar 200 moped (1985), Beskid car prototype (1985), Formula Ester racecar (1986).
Come by – tour first car is already here!
You will find in this app the most featured arts of this baroque-mestizo treasure, some historical informations, and your way to the Museum.
You will finally have access to the different activities performed by the Cultural center associated to the Museum. Enjoy the visit !
Access exclusive content, and take control of your museum visit by using the app to:
• Locate an object by inputting the stop number, keyword search or browse through a listing
• Plan out your visit ahead of time (great for large groups or families with kids)
• Navigate the galleries with detailed maps
• Save your favorite pieces to visit again and show to friends
• Live Tweet your museum experience or share the highlights on social media
The multimedia tour app provides content suitable for visitors of all ages. Families with kids will enjoy the engaging storytelling section, featuring stories about your favorite artworks from the museum’s expert storytellers.
About the museum:
The Asian Art Museum–Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture is one of San Francisco's premier arts institutions and home to a world-renowned collection of more than 18,000 Asian art treasures spanning 6,000 years of history. Through rich art experiences, centered on historic and contemporary artworks, the Asian Art Museum unlocks the past for visitors, bringing art to life and serving as a catalyst for new art, new creativity and new thinking
★The paintings of fine arts can be perused smoothly quickly.
★There are a button which moves to the page of order, a fast forward button, and a music play button.
Since the tap of the screen is only carried out, a child can also use. will study history.
Please touch overseas wisdom, the way of thinking, curiosity, knowledge, culture, and imagination (creation) power.
Enjoy a highly energetic parade for the art-lover on the go.
Through video and sound, our scientists will give you a greater insight into featured artifacts and specimens. Share your favorites with friends or create your own tours based on interest or theme. New objects and tours will be added on a regular basis, so there will always be something new to discover. It’s the best of The Field, now available on your mobile device.
You can see the high-resolution images and descriptions of approximately 1,000 national treasures and important cultural properties owned by the four museums: Tokyo National Museum, Kyoto National Museum, Nara National Museum, and Kyusyu National Museum. The images of the items can be freely enlarged, and this allows you to fully appreciate every single detail. Some of picture scrolls and scriptures can be seen throughout from the beginning to the end. Additionally, you can quickly call up your favorite scenes or parts after adding to bookmarks.
Please enjoy excellent cultural properties from clay dolls in the Jomon period to modern oil paintings in a new style.
- By freely scrolling, enlarging, and reducing, see the high-solution images of national treasures and important cultural properties owned by the four museums of National Institute for Cultural Heritage.
- Search items by categories or keywords.
-This application and descriptions are available in Japanese, English, French, Simplified Chinese, and Korean. The language will be automatically switched depending on the application settings.
- A part or scene can be registered in Bookmarks and can be recalled later. In addition, the association with a Twitter account allows Bookmarks to be shared with other users.
- When using this application, you will need an Internet connection via 3G or Wi-Fi. Make sure your device is connected to the Internet before using it.
Do you know why van Gogh cut off his ear? Or who is Vermeer’s girl with the pearl earring? With DailyArt app released today, day by day, art will no longer be a secret for you.
DailyArt is a free app that every day publishes one piece of fine art. But it’s not all - with one classic masterpiece a day you receive a short info, a little tittle-tattle about the painting, the artist or the epoque when it was produced. The content was prepared by the specialists so it assures the great selection of works. Everything is written in a light and pleasant way - because art is for everyone, not only for art historians.
Furthermore, every artwork can be enlarged to the full screen, the app provide also the basic info (the title, author, year, technique, current location) about each painting. It is integrated with Wikipedia, so if you became a fan of some masterpiece you’ll be able to quickly find more info about it. And of course, if one art piece daily is not enough for you, you can check what was highlighted in previous days.
"For me, apps like these are a step in the right direction for getting younger generations engaged with art "
- Christina Farr, VentureBeat
"With its superb images and informative biographical blurbs, DailyArt is perfect for those looking to add some culture to their day."
Kelly Hodgkins, TUAW
“DailyArt is your daily dose of classic paintings, serving up a proverbial shot of espresso to awaken the inner culture vulture in you”
- Paul Sawers, The Next Web
Permanent Collection “Vienna 1900”. Both at the museum and at home, you can choose from
numerous exciting sources of information on design and the applied arts in the vibrant city of Vienna
around the turn of the century.
The following are some of the MAK app’s main features:
Browse through unfamiliar territory in the MAK Permanent Collection “Vienna 1900”, and you’re sure
to come across interesting surprises. Dig deeper into a topic, or move from one object to the next.
Several tours in various lengths offer detailed information on select objects from the collection, which
are discussed in personal commentaries by the curators of the MAK.
* The MAK Permanent Collection “Vienna 1900”
Curators and restorers from the MAK comment on objects in audio and video clips, provide cultural-
historical context, and talk about their work at the museum. Original photos show the locations where
the works were once positioned.
Take photos of objects that catch your eye and post them on the Pinboard to inspire other visitors. You
can also share photos with your friends and family!
* Vienna 1900 meets Comic
See some of the collection’s most-photographed objects in comics. These comics come from various
illustrators, are created regularly for the app, and are exclusively available here!
* This week at the MAK
A calendar offers you a weekly overview of current exhibitions, educational offerings, and events at the
* General information
The MAK app contains practical information for your visit, including opening hours, admission prices,
and important information about our educational offerings.
Located in the historical city center of Vienna, the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts /
Contemporary Art is one of the most important museums of its kind around the world. The museum,
which was founded in 1863, boasts a collection of over 600,000 objects in addition to the library and
archive that continues to offer an extraordinary combination of applied arts, design, architecture, and
How the app works:
You can download the app before your visit and explore the fascinating world of the applied arts at
home. When you bring your tablet with the app installed on it to the MAK, you’ll receive a discount on
admission to the museum. You can also download the app over Wi-Fi at the museum. We recommend
bringing your own headphones, but headphones are available for purchase at the museum for € 1. You
also have the option of borrowing a tablet from the museum during your visit for a fee of € 2.
An Internet connection is required in order to use the full contents of the app.
- Interaktiver Grid-Ball in 3D, über den die einzelnen Artikel angewählt werden können
- Artikel-Layout speziell an mobile Geräte angepasst
- Für Android-Smartphones und Tablets optimiert
The guide will inform you about attractions, cities, events and places to see - including all the main points of interest and some lesser known ones too - to help you make the most of your visit. Restaurants, Hotels and B&B are supplied with information, continually added and updated.
The guide is supplemented with photos and a comprehensive index of interactive maps. Favourites enable you to make our own, personal route at Moen, South Zealand and Lolland-Falster.