Tag: 3D

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Open Call – 2017 Lumen Prize

Open Call – 2017 Lumen Prize   An international open call for artists engaged with digital technology. Deadline: June 1, 2017  Welcoming submissions from March 22, The Lumen Prize is an international award that celebrates artists working with digital technology. … Continue reading


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Joseph Hillier’s digitalrendition, solo exhibition at the Royal British Society of sculptors

The Royal British Society of Sculptors is delighted to announce Joseph Hillier FRBS’ solo exhibition in which he harnesses the awesome possibilities of digital technologies to create a new body of work that ‘questions the digital revolution we are living through’ using … Continue reading


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Digital Heritage Conference 2017: Call for extended abstracts

The EU FP7 PEOPLE (Marie-Curie) ITN2013 ITN-DCH project (www.itn-dch.eu) is in its final year and it is organizing a unique conference in the domain of Digital Cultural Heritage. The Conference aims to bring together experts, stakeholders, policy makers and leaders … Continue reading


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15th KUI Conference “Culture and Computer Science”

The 15th edition of the ”Culture and Computer Science“ conference series focuses on best practice examples, challenges and future trends of mixed reality as a strategy to bring the world of data and information and the world of objects and … Continue reading


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14th EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage – programme available

The 14th EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage (GCH 2016) aims to foster an international dialogue between ICT experts and CH scientists to have a better understanding of the critical requirements for processing, managing, and delivering cultural information to … Continue reading


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Heritage documentation, accessing and understanding through an inclusive approach for 3D reconstruction

The conference, focused on the most innovative strategies of digital documentation for accessing and understanding European Cultural Heritage, will present the first year of  research activities of the project INCEPTION – Inclusive Cultural Heritage in Europe through 3D semantic modelling, funded by the European … Continue reading


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Announcing the 2015 CyArk 500 Annual Summit

The CyArk 500 Annual Summit is an international event held to advance the goals of the CyArk 500 Challenge, CyArk’s initiative to digitally preserve 500 cultural heritage sites within five years. In recognition of the global scale of this programme, the event is held in a different capitol city each year. In 2015, the Annual Summit will be hosted in Berlin, Germany, at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, on 20-21 October. The organising theme of the CyArk 500 Annual Summit is “Resilience through Innovation: Countering escalating threats to our cultural heritage by rethinking preservation through digital technology”. Continue reading


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RO-map: last frontiers of digital art in urban architecture

RO_map turns the heart of Rome into an open-air museum under the sky that investigates the most innovative frontiers of digital art applied to architecture and urban spaces. From 9 to 12 September, Circus Maximus arena and Piazza Navona will become protagonists of an extraordinary stroke of magic. Continue reading


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NeDiMAH presents Space and Time Visualisation

By Maria Boştenaru Dan and Cerasella Crăciun, the book brings together experiences and expertise from NeDiMAH (Network for Digital Methods in Arts and Humanities). It examines mapping methods, procedures, tools, criticism, awareness, challenges and solutions around the concepts of “Space and Time” and “Information Visualisation”. Romanian contributions to the survey which the book emerges from are mainly from two fields, namely landscape planning and architectural design, including digital methods for the representation of natural disasters. Continue reading


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Atlantic Slave Trade in 3D by Zamani project

Trading castles and fortresses along the West African coast bear testimony to one of the saddest chapters of human history, the Atlantic Slave trade. The documentation of St. George’s castle in Elmina, Ghana, in 2006, was one of the first initiatives of the Zamani project. The experience drove Prof. Rüther, Zamani leader, to initiate a project thanks to which most of the architectural sites of the slave trade would be documented and relevant information gathered; Zamani decided then to create a Slave Trade Database, presenting 3D digital models of monuments and sites related to the slave trade together with other spatial and contextual information. To date four Castles and Forts have been documented in addition to Elmina. At present, Zamani is in quest of funding for further field campaigns in sites of the African West coast, elsewhere in Africa and possibly in the Americas. Continue reading