1 Look for the Time Stamp QR Over the buildings Walls.
2 Scan the QR code and discover the building history.
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“The Time Stamp” is a project designed to maintain documentation of the urban history of cities and towns. 

Students from schools and universities will collect historical data about the town and city buildings from archives, libraries, interviews etc.

A large variety of information will be collected regarding the buildings. This information includes pictures of the buildings as they are today, and as they were, functions of the building then and now, unique architectural or constructional technology, information regarding the inhabitants of the buildings, uses of the building, secret hiding places that might have been in the buildings, important events which took place there, changes in the street names or specific address of the buildings and any other relevant information.

The project’s professional staff will digitize and catalogue this information after validation of its accuracy and make it easily accessible through the project’s website.

In addition it will be possible for residents or occupants of the building to add a
״Personal Stamp" to the building including their own personal involvement with the building.

A visitor will be able to scan the QR code on the front of the building and embark on a virtual time tunnel tour of the building in historical perspective.

News

27-09-2016

Today at 12:00 am at the Savoy Hotel Lodz, we held the official launch event of the time stamp project in the city. Please feel free to follow us on the Facebook page of the project.

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07-04-2017

We are pleased to announce that we have cooperated with the Museum of Independence Traditions in Lodz. (http://www.muzeumtradycji.pl/?lang=en).
As part of the cooperation, the museum’s historical buildings and sites will be thoroughly documented and described on our website, Our researchers will have access to the museum database, which will facilitate conducting of their research, as well as conducting various joint projects and events.
On this occasion, we would like to thank the director of the Museum, Mr. Piotr Machlański for the cooperation with our foundation.

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