Tag: Berlin

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Digital Cultural Heritage 2017

Organised by CODATA-Germany, the German National Committee on Data for Science and Technology of the International Council for Science, the DCH2017 International Conference will take place in Berlin, at the National Library, on August 30 – September 01, 2017. The conference focuses on providing key messages relating to the impact of new technologies and processes on cultural heritage. Continue reading


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IASA 2017 Annual Conference

The International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives 48th Annual Conference will be hosted on 17-22 September 2017 by the Ethnological Museum in Berlin. IASA 2017 Conference theme is ‘Integration and Innovation: Bringing Workflows and Formats Together in the Digital Era’ and everyone engaged in or curious about the discovery, care, preservation and dissemination of our sound and audiovisual heritage is invited to join. Continue reading


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Pictoplasma Festival Berlin

by Lucia Ruggiero The Pictoplasma Festival has announced the line-up of the event in Berlin in 2014, which will mark its 10th anniversary. The festival will include conferences and art exhibitions from artists from all over the world, including the … Continue reading


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Personalized tools to enhance visitors’ experience in the museums

An example of this implementations was the Schahname exhibition the Museum of Islamic Art in the Pergamonmuseum Berlin. All RFID components, a controlling computer, feedback components (audio and light) and antennas are installed in a shell. Only the shell varies for different applications, for example for the Schahname exhibition it was a digital storyteller. The visitors can collect information (stories) with a bookmark. Continue reading


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KUI – “Culture and Computer Science” Conference, 11th edition

The 11th edition of the “Culture and Computer Science” (<Ger.> Kultur und Informatik [KUI]) conference series brings into focus best practice examples, challenges, and future trends in the fields of visualisation and interaction. The conference targets cultural politicians, employees of … Continue reading