Museum On The Go - First Multimedia Museum For Mobile Phones

Posted: Apr 12 2007, 4:59am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:30am CDT, in Mobile Phones


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Museum On The Go - First Multimedia Museum for Mobile Phones

Museum On The Go features images of famous works of art, photographs of historic personalities, voice and sound recordings, music and video for download to mobile devices.

The presented art is provided in collaboration with international and renowned museums and archives form Austria, Germany and Israel.
Currently there are 1,000 images, voice recordings, music and video from the last century available. You can download wallpapers or screen savers for instance from classic artists like Breughel, Rubens, Schiele, Klimt, Cezanne or Van Gogh. A wallpaper costs you 1.99 Euro (~$2.70). Also cool are the historic recordings that you can use as ringtones.

Visit the Museum On The Go site to get some culture on your phone. See also the Start Mobile mobile art gallery based in San Francisco.

Current partners of Museum On The Go:
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Leopold Museum, Sigmund Freud Museum, Austrian Mediathek, Erich Lessing Archive, all in Vienna, Austria; Museum of Natural History, Sound Archive of the of the Humboldt-University, both Berlin, Germany and the National Sound Archives in Jerusalem, Israel.

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