Cooper Hewitt Design Museum Puts Large Part of Its Collection Online

The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum recently put a bunch of stuff online. “The Cooper Hewitt just completed a massive digitization project, in which it made 200,000 items—92 percent of the museum’s entire collection—available online. A major curatorial feat, the project took a year and a half, dozens of staffers, and digitization experts from The Netherlands to complete. At times, the team was digitizing 600 objects a day, and adding them to the online collection within 48 hours.”

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