Mrs Green, the Usherette (Jacqui Bressington) will guide you through the app.
Help menu allows you to replay the instructions, start the app from the beginning again or switch between inside and outside.
QR codes 1-15 are hidden inside building, including the auditorium.
QR Codes 16-26 are in the main Curzon Collection, which is generally open on the first Sunday and the third Saturday and Sunday of every month (check the Curzon website for details: http://www.curzon.org.uk).
Projection Hero, a miniature cinema installation which you can manipulate with your phone – open the curtains, dim the lights and play the movies – including the infamous Pearl and Dean ‘Asteroid’ theme and poignant interviews with retired projectionists.
Outside, your GPS position will trigger audio memories and videos.
Manual ‘No GPS’ interface.
Listen out for Victor Cox (Ian Lavender) and his stepmother Blanche (Anna Farthing), the family who built the cinema, as they reminisce about the cinema’s hey day.
Health and safety warning: whilst outside you may need to cross the road to get a better vantage point, so please do be careful and do use the two pedestrian crossings available.
We recommend that you use headphones with the app, especially outside where it can be quite trafficky.
If you don’t have GPS or should you be unable to physically visit the Curzon, you can still use the manual interface to explore the outside of the building. Likewise, all the QR codes used inside the building (apart from Projection Hero) are also available on the help website for use remotely. However we do recommend you visit in person if at all possible, as the content is optimized to be experienced at the venue.
The Curzon Memories App was funded by University of the West of England.
Cathy Poole, Gareth Negus, Maurice Thornton and the Board of Trustees at the Curzon Community Cinema, Clevedon
Jo Reid, Tom Melamed at Calvium / AppFurnace
Tarim at Media Playgrounds
Simon Dorgan at Urbi et Orbi
Jon Dovey, Constance Fleuriot, Sam Kinsley and Nick Triggs at Digital Cultures Research Centre University of the West of England
Peter Seabrook-Harris at Pearl and Dean
Gary McIntyre voice recordings
Watershed Media Centre and Pervasive Media Studio
Sy Taffel and Jess Linington for documentation
All those who tested the app and Projection Hero
Visit studios of artists inspired by the Cape’s natural beauty, galleries highlighting award winning artists, and museums and performing arts venues that reflect the unique arts community of Cape Cod. You’ll find well known places and hidden gems, displaying arts and performing work from the cutting edge to family friendly. Artists creating one-of-a-kind, high-quality, locally made items welcome you into their studios.
You’ll meet people who love what they do and love sharing their work with you. Take classes and workshops with local artists. See a performance that might include a celebrity alongside local talent in a venue you’ve never been to. Visit our historic museums for a friendly and inspiring look at the rich history of Cape Cod. Find events that will create special memories that will last a lifetime.
Look for companion arts apps for Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
The apps are kept current and brought to you by the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce, Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce, the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, and Coastal Community Capital with support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Also look for companion ArtsApps for Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard. The apps are brought to you by the Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce, the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, and Coastal Community Capital with support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Also look for companion ArtsApps for Cape Cod and Nantucket. The apps are brought to you by the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce, the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, and Coastal Community Capital with support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Use this app to help you navigate the conference—with a detailed agenda, speaker biographies, calendar of events, exhibitor information, Facebook and Twitter integration, and more.
OCT 11-13, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
NOV 15-17, 2013
RISE showcases the breadth and depth of the innovative thinking at Northeastern, including topics in Physical & Life Sciences, Engineering, Humanities, Arts & Design, Computer & Information Sciences, Health Sciences, Law, Business and Social Sciences. Use this app to navigate to the expo and reception as well as around the exhibition to those presentations that catch your interest. The app allows you to search and browse through presentations and also mark as favorites those that you would like to visit on April 9th!
Use the schedule to access a timeline of the day and the news section to stay up to date on any major announcements. If you are unable to make the Reach Awards Reception, don’t forget to check back on the mobile app to discover the winners!
This app gives users the ability to locate Toys for Tots locations in Massachusetts. You can view the addresses and a map of the locations, as well as get a link to get driving directions!
This application was produced by TapWalk, a Boston Based company. TapWalk is not in any way affiliated with Toys for Tots.
Before arriving at the show use the app to create a "todo" list of favorites exhibitors you want to see.
As the show date approaches, keep an eye out as the app adds new exhibitors, a schedule of events, breaking news, a map of the show floor, and more.
The app is an interactive guide and map of
- participating artists and studios
- FPAC information booths
There's also a schedule of events, news & announcements, a twitter interface for FPAC discussion, and more.