Google, SynerScope and the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities will present the new and incredibly fast on-line collection database, on Monday 20 March 2017.
SynerScope’s powerful software and the Google Cloud Vision API offer users the opportunity to search the on-line collection of the National Museum of Antiquities – with some 57,000 items – within several hours, instead of days. The on-line collection can now be easily linked to external databases and allows integral visualisation. Images and texts are available simultaneously, linked to a time and location indicator. This can lead to speedy scientific developments, in a way that was previously not available. During the presentation, all the options this unique application has to offer will be introduced, and what these might mean for scientific research. This is particularly relevant when more databases and sources are linked in the future. Sneak preview?