The Rock Art Mobile Project (RAMP) is a 12-month research project due to finish July 2011. RAMP will enhance public engagement with Neolithic and Early Bronze Age carvings in Northumberland. Building on the Newcastle University Beckensall Northumberland Rock Art (NRA), and Northumberland & Durham Rock Art Pilot (NADRAP) Projects, RAMP will make information and media from these resource available in the field via cutting edge mobile digital technology.

The overall design process and media content will be supported by participatory design workshops, pilot studies and project evaluation.


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  1. This is really really interesting. I’m doing a project in Newcastle at the music department/culturelab where I’m going to be using mobile technology to create access points around the city to distribute an album I’m writing. I received your email earilier and thought I’d have a dig around your blog. It would be great to have a chat with you about this stuff! (this is my blog; http://mannequinlicker.wordpress.com) Cheeeeers!

  2. Thanks for your comment. Your project sounds really interesting too. Drop me an email if you’d like to meet up to talk about it.

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