ARTigo

ARTigo

The artwork images need tagging to facilitate art history studies and to automatically build up an artwork search engine (accessible from the ARTigo platform). The ARTigo gaming platform offers several games presenting a same artwork to you and a co-player. Describe art, style, quality, emotions and get points when you and your co-player used the same tag. ARTigo is a collaboration between the Institute for Informatics, the Institute for Art History and the IT-Group Humanities all three from Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich.



Tag artwork accurately to generate an artwork search engine
               casual | tagging | art history | computer (browser)               

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The Wisdom of Crowds

Emergence can be defined as a network effect, and it is little wonder that the concept plays a vital role in the theory of net-based media art. [1] The aim of this essay is to […]

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A Gaming Ecosystem Crowdsourcing Deep Semantic Annotations

This article reports on an analysis of the semantic quality of artwork annotations that have been collected by the web platform ARTigo from 2008 to 2014. ARTigo is both, a gaming platform for collecting semantic […]

ARTigo: Building an Artwork Search Engine With Games and Higher-Order Latent Semantic Analysis

This article describes how a semantic search engine has been build from, and still is continuously improved by, a semantic analysis of the “footprints” left by players on the gaming Web platform ARTigo. The Web […]

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