MUBIL is an international research project that aims mainly at
Establishing a novel learning framework based on Virtual Environments technologies in order to disseminate the content of library archives, especially manuscripts and Libri Rari.
It also intends to
1. Develop a virtual learning space within the physical space of our library/museum Institution as to disseminate the content of our Special Collections that are of great scientific importance both nationally and internationally.
2.Use novel technology to allow visitor interaction on several levels of growing immersion.
3.Communicate with new groups of users and create dynamic linkages between the public and our collections by spreading knowledge.
4. Gather data on how people interact with 3D technology and virtual objects in a mixed environment.This project is based on the dedication and enthusiasm of all the people that have been involved in the project. Except the official collaborators mentioned above here come all the contributors to be thanked!
Illustrations,Drawings,layout: Irene D. Marquez, Game counselor: Roger Hansen, Chemistry experts: LIse Kvittingen, Fredrik M. Kirkemo Workshop development: Fredrik M. Kirkemo, Ola Dimmen and his Stabbursmoen school students and Trond Rømo and his students, Irene D. Marquez and Kari Skinnerhaug.
Texts: Stein Johansen, Rolv N. Jakobsen, Victoria Juhlin, Ellen Alm, Kari s. Binns.Narrative:Jørgen Brekke.Text translation and editing: Helmuth p. Sandbeck, Jeanne and Kjell Erheim, Peggy Furtig, Kåre Hasselgerg, Unn K. Dalling, Oluf d. Røe, Eva Sauvage, Tore Moen.
Music: Marianna Røe.
Digitilization: Ingunn Sauvage, Ove Wolden. Technical advisors:Ove Wolden, Hans J. Berntsen, Eva Sauvage,Sebastian Bete, Astrid Salvesen. Pictures:Nils k.Th. Eikeland, Åge Høiem, Irene D. Marquez. Mentainance and security: Bjørn Skarsvåg and Bjørn Geisnes.
Project advisors: Lisbeth Tangen, Stein Johansen, Eva Sauvage, Sølvi Løchen,Roar Storleer, Lise Kvittingen, Fredrik M. Kirkemo. Economic advisors: Bjørg Hagh, Eli I. Solberg, Anne l. Stenvik. Legal advisor: Hanne M. Sørgjerd
We would like to also thank the Eit students 2012 and their teacher Roberta Proto.
An axhibition, Art in the library 2013, a spinn off workshop
An exhibition of rare books in 3D, an interactive workshop of tactile knowledge through experimentation and knowledge from the past went live on the site. A day ready for interaction and learning.
For the first time 40 students from Stabbburmoens school came for a Mubil workshop on November 15. Fredrik and Lise had put the fire on under the distillation oven at 6 o`clock in the morning. Behind Suhmhuset, Fredrik would show the young students how he worked in reconstructing a process of chemistry from a book written back in 16th century.
The book of Adam Lonicer gave us the knowledge of the process in description and the drawings you can see in the book Kreuterbuch . The book probably published in 1560, has coloured illustrations and is pretty rare and valuable.
Browse through the book and zoom into its text from the website of the special collections of the Gunnerus library here.
Financed by the Art Council of Norway