Tag: application

Medieval apps

When is a book not a book? Over at www.medievalboks.nl, Erik Kwakkel has written that some medieval manuscripts came with disks or dials that essentially turned the book into “a piece of hardware.” “Just like our modern smartphones,” he writes, “the medieval book could be a versatile tool that combined contents with an untold number of applications.” With […]

Rome 320AD App is out now!

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newest in-house Noho project: Rome 320AD This app combines 3D modeling with a historical narrative focused on a summer’s day in Ancient Rome during the reign of Emperor Constantine. The year is 320 and the Roman Empire is at its peak. This project builds on our […]

Walk the Walls App

The Walk the Walls: The Historic Walls of Derry-Londonderry app is now available for download through iTunes and for Android. This app allows users to catch a glimpse of the city as it was in the 17th century, with rich historical and archaeological information combined with computer generated visualisations, a GPS-linked map, image galleries, and […]

Upstairs on Swilly Street

So we have at last moved into our newly refurbished home. Gone are the days of our ground-floor fishbowl office, with citizens of Dublin stopping to peer in at us through the day (the effect of which was somewhere between a live reality show about a start-up and a dreary art installation). We’re now up […]

City Walls iPhone App

Dublin hiptsters beware, Noho have jumped on the iPhone/iPad bandwagon and finished their first app. The app is available in the app store and you will find a thorough description here. We were commissioned by Dublin City Council to create this app, re-purposing content we had created for the Medieval Dublin Project . As it was […]