Forgetful FridayDriving home yesterday and reflecting over the awesome technology ideas discussed and planned at Alta Loma, I realized that I didn't send out a Website on Wednesday. And now I notice that I missed Monday, too. I apologize to all our Blog readers out there. Better late than never. Right?
itunes store or google play store or from the Google Arts and Culture website. Whether on a screen, big or small, art from over a thousand museums across 70 countries are a click away.
In Projects, pick a topic and immerse yourself in art work, articles, stories, videos, online exhibits and 360 virtual tours. Here's a few that caught my eye:
In Experiments, explore art with machine learning created by coders and artist.
- Free Fall uses mathematical formulas to place pieces of art into a 3D environment. *Cannot be used on phones.
- T-SNE Map uses Machine Learning algorithms that lets you explore an interactive 3D landscape of art work. *Cannot be used on phones
- X Degrees of Separation uses Machine Learning to connect 2 random works of art by analyzing features, finding patterns, and creating a chain of art work.
- Curator Table lets you search a topic, compare works of art and see how they've evolved over time all in a 3D setting.
You can also search Arts and Culture by
- Art Movements
- Historical Events
- Historical Figures
*This is not a site that I would let younger students just explore on their own. As with all things online, it is always best to preview before allowing access in a classroom.