The Art Institute of Chicago has outlined its recent efforts to make publicly accessible online as much content from its collection as possible. The API provides information on 100,000 artworks from the collection, information on every exhibition hosted throughout the museum’s existence, and more.
Among the collections in the Brooklyn Museum are found eleven bronze sculptures by Rodin, five seminal Judy Chicago works, two Edward Hopper iconic paintings, and now one open-to-the-public API, with no admission fee. The API allows for programmatic search of the digitized collections of the museum, which encompasses more than 10,000 individual works. More details at our new Brooklyn Museum API Profile.
X-Rite and Pantone, two companies that specialize in the creation and support of color standards for the digital and manufacturing industries, have released the ColorCert Reporting API. The new API is aimed at simplifying quality control for companies that produce consumer packaged goods.