The demonstration may be used by project partners to promote the OpenUp! project in conferences, meetings and public events. The video is especially suitable for public events, where it could be run in continuous replay mode on TV, screen or projection. The same could be done with the Power Point presentation, but it could be also controlled manually as part of an oral presentation during conferences and meetings. Anybody interested in the project may run the video and get basic information about the project.
In this section you can find the Open Up! demonstrator and promotion materials like posters, flyers etc.
In this section you can find OpenUp! flyers in several languages. These materials could be freely distributed. If you need the version of the flyer in format for printing please contact us via the contact form in the top menu.
These are the final versions for the Open Up! corporate design:
Project website top banner
Banners for OpenUp! Content Highlights
The official OpenUp! logo is published in this section. The logo is provided in several versions, each suitable for specific use. All logos are with transparent background with only one exception of a low-resolution version of simple logo accessible with white background too.There are two basic types of the logo: a simple logo and a logotype including the whole name of the project (logoPlusText).The basic, simple version is in both high and low resolution types. Moreover, for black and dark backgrounds also negative versions of logo (white logo) are included.
Der Titel des neuen EU-Projektes „OpenUp!“ steht für die Öffnung von über einer Million naturkundlicher Multimediaobjekte für die breite Öffentlichkeit. OpenUp! wird vom Botanischen Garten und Botanischen Museum Berlin-Dahlem der Freien Universität Berlin koordiniert. Die Europäische Union fördert das Vorhaben mit 3,5 Millionen Euro für drei Jahre. Zum Projektstart treffen sich am 9. März 2011 im Botanischen Garten und Botanischen Museum Berlin 50 Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler von 23 führenden naturkundlichen Institutionen aus 12 europäischen Staaten.
The scientists, particularly those associated with natural history museums and botanical gardens collectively hold large number of multimedia data like pictures, sounds, movies about specimens in his collections. This multimedia content is held in different kinds of databases and therefore is only currently available to those few people who can gain direct access to the databases. The attractive multimedia is thus effectively withheld from use for a wide range of scientific applications, which includes research, education, taxonomic study, biodiversity conservation, protected area management, and maintenance of diverse ecosystem services.