Projects

At Sound and Vision, we want to make our collection available to everyone. So we experiment, research and collaborate in national and international projects to find new and innovative ways to do just that. Here’s a list of projects we’re working on or have worked on in the past.

Virtual Interiors

'Virtual Interiors' focuses on the question of how we can develop and publish digital maps and virtual rooms using historical data to reliably depict the cultural life of the past.

Kinderen in gesprek met media

'Kinderen in gesprek met media' (Kids in conversation with media) is investigating how we can design child-robot interaction in a responsible manner: not only informative in a way that children understand and like, but also with attention t...

CADEAH

CADEAH researches the online circulation and appropriation of audiovisual heritage using an integrated and interdisciplinary approach.

Immersive journalism and the engaging audience

The research project 'Immersive journalism and the engaging audience' researches to what extent emotional involvement of news consumers in journalistic productions can influence the public function of journalistic organisations.

ReTV

ReTV researches novel solutions for broadcasters and their content partners to publish their material on multiple media channels with the effort, adjusted to the target audience.

The Bridge Hilversum

Within the project an installation with a minimum of three interactive screens on different locations in Hilversum is realised.

Open Archief

Open Archief collage

Reusing digital collections in museums and archives yields new stories in potentially surprising, innovative forms. Het Nieuwe Instituut and the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision invite creatives to create new work using archive ma...

Time Machine

Time Machine builds a large scale simulator mapping 2000 years of European History, transforming kilometres of archives and large collections from museums into a digital information system.

Maak het publiek!

The project 'Maak het publiek!' aims to solve bottlenecks that arise when publishing publications and thus producing knowledge about acquiring and maintaining economic and cultural capital in the publishing sector, also in digital times.