launch of Tulsa Art and Art Deco project

We recently launched our latest project - Tulsa Art and Art Deco. In cooperation with Tulsa Historical Society, we've created the largest public digital repository of Tulsa's Art Deco architectural, and public art assets. Explore buildings, art, architects and artists, materials, styles and movements, motifs, influences, and much more.

The Tulsa World covered our launch in their story "Art Deco: There's an app for that"

Daniel Mooney uses a companion app to the “Designing Tulsa” exhibit at the Tulsa Historical Society. MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World

Daniel Mooney uses a companion app to the “Designing Tulsa” exhibit at the Tulsa Historical Society. MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World

Posted on November 25, 2015 .

New release of 1921 Tulsa Race Riot app! Version 1.5.8 now available.

We released a major update to our Race Riot app today.

Updates include:

• Support for iOS 9
• Support for interactive maps. We now show the location of businesses, residences, organizations, parks, landmarks, and other historical locations that are related to the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot. Many of these locations no longer exist.
• The connections between items now support source attribution and annotations
• Item descriptions now display proper source attribution
• Fullscreen images now display their name and description
• Misc bug fixes and UI improvements

Here on the App Store:

Posted on October 7, 2015 .

Heartland Gaming Expo

We're excited to be a part of the Heartland Gaming Expo this weekend in Tulsa. It seems like the tech community in Tulsa grows daily.

Posted on April 11, 2015 .

Oklahoma State University

We just signed a licensing deal with Oklahoma State University to use our technology. We're thrilled to be working with such an incredible organization, and in our home state. Exciting things to come.

Posted on April 11, 2015 .

Global Entrepreneurship Week

This week is Global Entrepreneurship Week - GEW Tulsa. We'll be at the Tulsa Startup Day + Expo at TCC Center for Creativity at 4:30 today. It's our first time there. Drop by if you want to talk data semantics, data visualization, coding, startups, or just to say hi.

Posted on November 20, 2014 .

New Project

We're in the midst of our next project. This one is focused on Art. Very visual and very cool. More info to come.

Posted on November 14, 2014 .

Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

We're excited to hear that the Smithsonian is using our Tulsa Historical Society Race Riot app in the production of two upcoming videos on the Tulsa Race Riot. The films will be on display in the Power of Place Gallery when the NMAAHC opens in the Spring of 2015 on the National Mall in D.C..

You can download the app on the App Store here:

Posted on October 22, 2014 .

Sherwin Miller App 1.02 now available

The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art iPad App version 1.02 is now available. View on Apple App Store.

Posted on September 15, 2014 .

Tulsa Historical Society and Museum's Tulsa Race Riot virtual exhibit now available on the App Store

The Tulsa Historical Society has an extensive archive of photos, clippings, and other materials related to the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot. These materials have been utilized by scholars and researchers, authors, and media from around the world. Researchers can now view and explore these materials digitally for the first time.

• View digital copies of photographs, newspaper clippings, and historical documents
• Listen to oral histories
• Explore and learn about the relevant people, places, buildings, and organizations

View Tulsa Historical Society's Tulsa Race Riot Exhibit on the App Store.

Posted on September 9, 2014 .

Launch of 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Digital Exhibit at Tulsa Historical Society

We launched the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot digital exhibit with Tulsa Historical Society this week at the opening of their "Spirit of Greenwood: A History of Prosperity & Perseverance" exhibit. It allows a never before way to visualize and explore their incredible Race Riot collection. You can see it at THS now, or the consumer application will be available within the next couple of weeks for iPad.

Posted on May 29, 2014 .

Art & Technology Unite For Museum’s New App

The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art is pleased to announce the launch of a unique new digital installation and take home app for iPad developed by Tulsa-based semantic technology company Moomat.

Representatives from Moomat will be on hand to provide a demonstration at the joint iPad App Launch Party and the exhibit opening for the Alexander Calder Exhibit on Thursday, October 3 from 5:00p.m.-7:00p.m. in the Museum (2021 E 71st St/Tulsa, OK).

“This cutting edge technology allows people across the world to explore our Museum’s collections,” said Drew Diamond, Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art Executive Director. “The Sherwin Miller is dedicated to promoting Jewish heritage, history and culture through art and education. Thanks to Moomat and this new installation and app, we are able to share that mission locally and globally.”

“We’re excited to be working with such a forward thinking museum and are continuing to help them to develop new and interesting ways to increase the explorability and interactivity of their many other collections,“ said Moomat CEO Daniel Mooney.

The first technology project between Moomat and the Museum was to create an interactive way for guests to explore the vast Fred Strauss Collection, an impressive collection of letters, postcards and stamps collected and curated since the 1940s that chronicle the history and traditions of the Jewish people.

The new iPad app will be a take home version of this collection that will allow anyone to download and explore in great detail, the collection, and how it connects with various aspects of Jewish culture and history. Plans are in motion to develop and release new digital installations revolving around the Museum’s extensive collections and to actively incorporate them in the commercial app.

CultureScout Offers A New Way To Explore Music, Integrates With Spotify

Today, Moomat LLC launches the full integration of Spotify Premium, the streaming music service, with CultureScout for iPad, an app which explores music, artists, albums, and songwriters through their connections with popular and classic culture. “Our team worked with Moomat to ensure an amazing music experience for CultureScout users,” said Ronald Pompa, Spotify’s Product Owner for Software Partner Platforms.

Moomat is working towards creating the largest semantically connected cultural database in the world and CultureScout enables users to explore it. Integration with Spotify Premium allows CultureScout users to sign in and listen to full-length songs while exploring.“We want to give people new and interesting ways to discover and enjoy great music,” explains Moomat founder and CEO, Daniel Mooney. “We’re thrilled to have worked with Spotify to help us make that a reality.”


Moomat expands and curates a proprietary database of over 300 million data points, connecting over 40 million songs, two million bands, 2.5 million books, 200,000 films, one million television episodes, 40,000 record labels, 53,000 architectural structures, 16,000 pieces of art, 20,000 video games, and more, forming a unique inter-related web of culture.


CultureScout identifies the threads that connect music, art, literature, film, television, people, architecture, and places. “There is more to a song than taking a minute to listen, more to a piece of art than a look,” says Co-Founder Shaun Edwardes. For instance, the album “Animals” by Pink Floyd was influenced by George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm, and features album artwork by notable rock band graphic designer Storm Thorgerson, centered around the Battersea Power Station, a decommissioned coal-fired power station in London, which was also featured in the films 1984, The King’s Speech, and the Beatle’s 1965 movie, Help.


CultureScout is available for free in the iTunes App Store or at Spotify is available for download at

Posted on June 13, 2013 and filed under News.