Wikimedian from Tunisia.
Co-founder of Wikimedia Tunisia
Co-founder and board member of Wiki World Heritage UG.
Currently the QRPedia platform is used to generate QR Code that links when scanning it to wikipedia articles in the same languages as the phone setting.
Nevertheless, in some occasion, listening to the article can be better than reading especially for someone moving that's why instead of linking to a Wikipedia article we can use wikidata and the exiting QRPedia to generate a QRCode that links to an audio file corresponding to the wikipedia article.
The presentation will show how we can use Wikidata as a starting point to generate mobile applications for Museums.
It's possible via a SPARQL query to get all the Wikipedia articles, photos and audio files through Wikidata and use them to compile an offline and multi-language mobile application with the Kiwix technology. The result will be a mobile application that can be used as a guide/voice guide for a museum without the need of an internet connection.
Exploring the ubiquitous cultural institutions beneath our feet. A look at cemeteries and the historical lives they commemorate, as interpreted through GIS and Wikidata, as well as narrative sister projects.