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Country Dog Gentleman Game

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Explore, learn, and play in SFMOMA’s galleries! This handheld, multimedia device prompts families to look, move, listen, and find fun ways to get talking about art at the museum. At the end of each round, the game introduces players to a new canine companion from Roy De Forest’s painting, Country Dog Gentlemen. [download here]


Museum Mobile Wiki

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The MuseumMobile wiki is an outgrowth of Tate’s Handheld Conference Wiki, which was initially developed for a September 2008 conference hosted by Tate Modern.

It is a free public wiki and continues to grow as a repository for resources, best practice, and conversation about mobile interpretation and technologies for museums and cultural sites.

It includes the project pages for the Museums to Go open source/open platform mobile development project among others. We also capture tweets that use the #mtogo hashtag here.  [download here]


Powerhouse Museum



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Our history and collection explored through self-guided iPhone and Android walking tours. It typically takes one to three hours to complete a tour. Each tour includes a GPS-enabled map with the route and stops marked on it, explanatory text, full audio commentary, images and photos.

[download here]


British Library 19th Century

imageDiscover over 60,000 historical titles from the British Library’s 19th century book collection. It includes classic novels, works of philosophy, history and science. Browse, search and read these historic books on a platform that enhances the reading experience.

{download here}


9/11 Memorial Museum

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The 9/11 Memorial’s free mobile apps allow visitors a glimpse into the events of September 11, 2001. Through the 9/11 Memorial Guide, visitors are able to understand the 9/11 Memorial itself. Through the 9/11 Museum Audio Guide, visitors can discover more about the history of 9/11 and the archaeological elements and architectural designs of the Memorial and the Museum.

[download here]