Do you run a small gallery and would like people to be able to dive into the hidden depths of your artworks with a powerful zoom? Perhaps you’ve been busy tidying your loft/attic and discovered a treasure trove of photos that can tell an amazing story, like Dean Putney who unearthed a huge archive of photos taken by his Grandfather, a German officer during World War I. Or are you an artist like Vitor Rolim from Brazil, and want to show the evolution of your work but are not sure you have the technical expertise?
Help is now at hand with Google Open Gallery, which launches today. For the past few years, we've worked with museums around the world to make their collections available on the Google Cultural Institute. Now, we’ve opened up the technologies behind this project so that anyone with cultural content can publish it, creating exhibitions that tell engaging stories on their own website.Google Launches Open Gallery For Online Exhibitions [googlepolicyeurope.blogspot.com]