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.
Upgrade to the full version to experience the entire museum that includes over 60 galleries, 600 highlights, 7 interactive maps and 8 walking tours.
Extensive information on all the highlights of British Museum are available in the full version. You can browse galleries from start to finish using the Gallery walk. Enjoy the views for a quick round of the must see highlights.
Top 20, 100 and 200 are also included in the full version so there is no need to buy books or audio guides. If you are planning a trip to the Museum, make sure to carry this app with you and you can make great use of your day.
Summary of features:
• Interactive maps of all floors
• Highlights featuring over 600 objects
• Timeline view of objects from ancient history to stone age
• The Top 20, Top 100 and Top 200 of the must-see highlights
• Excellent replacement for the paid-for audio guide
• Free section on Ancient Egypt
• Upgrade to enjoy the whole museum
Download and enjoy the app!
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.
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.
- Play Museum
Move objects in a matrix to discover the highlights of the extensive holdings of the Kunsthistorisches Museum. Play with your favourite objects and learn interesting details about the museum’s treasures.
- Share Museum
A variety of share functions allows you to share both objects and interesting special exhibitions with your friends, inviting them to enjoy the fascinating world of the museum.
- Visit Museum
The APP gives you all the information you need for your visit to the museum: everything from current special exhibitions and events to opening hours, entrance fees and details on how to get to our various collections and locations.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna is one of the largest and most important museums in the world; its fascinating holdings are the result of Habsburg connoisseurship and patronage and comprise artworks spanning several millennia: from Ancient Egypt to the late 18th century.
Learn how 100 years of inventions built Europe by exploring the Philips exhibition at Museum Boerhaave in Leiden, the Netherlands. Whether you visit the exhibition on site or discover it virtually, this app will open up a new context through exciting, well-researched narratives and digital images from cultural heritage collections all over Europe.
Find out how the exhibited objects not only tell a national story, but also reveal a set of day-to-day practices, powerful infrastructures, and knowledge networks that crossed borders and built Europe more than a century before the signing of the Treaty of Rome.
The app invites you to re-invent Europe yourself. You can bookmark, search, comment on, and share stories and objects. You can also build your own European exhibitions and go on a personalized tour, based on items that reflect your personal taste and interests.
This app will be updated regularly with new exhibitions facilitated by science and technology museums across the European continent, from Norway to the Netherlands and from Hungary to Germany.
The content of this app is inspired by the book series “Making Europe: Technology and Transformations, 1850–2000”, published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2013–2015. The app has been developed in partnership with Museum Boerhaave, Deutsches Museum, Science Museum London, Science Center NEMO, Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision, Norsk Teknisk Museum, Museum Centre Vapriikki, Dokumentationzentrum Alltagskultur der DDR, Hungarian Museum for Science, Technology and Transport, Tropical Research Institute of Portugal, Fondazione ISEC and Europeana.
The app has been developed courtesy of Museum Boerhaave and with funds from Eindhoven City Council, Eindhoven University of Technology, and the Foundation for the History of Technology.