Tag: cultural heritage

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TECHNOLOGY for ALL 2015

TECHNOLOGY for ALL 2015, being held in Rome from 12 to 14 May, is a forum about the innovations brough about by new technologies in land management, cultural heritage and smart cities. It includes three conferences, a workshop and a showroom. Continue reading


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CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS “Cultural Heritage in a Changing World”

In the 21st century the world faces epochal changes which affect every part of society, including the arenas in which Cultural Heritage is made, held, collected, curated, exhibited, or simply exists. The RICHES project is preparing a publication about these changes, and has opened a call for contributions to the book. Continue reading


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Museums in Israel,
the National Portal: Beta version is available online

it is a portal for the people all over Israel and the globe. It enables Israel to be a leading member of the global community for digital culture and heritage, integrated with Europeana and functions a common platform for other cultural branches once they are moving toward the digital era. Continue reading


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RICHES at the EUROPEAN WORKSHOP ON REFLECTIVE SOCIETIES

The European Commission, Directorate General for Research and Innovation, unit B6 Reflective Societies, in cooperation with the FLASH-IT project kindly organises the workshop “Bridge over troubled waters? The link between European historical heritage and the future of European integration” being held in Rome, on the 17th of October 2014. The workshop revolves around the problematic of the interconnectedness of the past, present and the future in the current European societies and brings together specialists of history, cultural heritage and identity studies as well as policy makers and managers from the European Commission and national funding bodies. Continue reading


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Digitally colouring our historical monuments

Research tells us that most of the Ancient Monuments were depicted and colourful; can you imagine them? Video mapping and lighting technologies arrived to help our imagination, enriching the visitor’s experience while ensuring that this reconstruction does not physically affects the monument.
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eCultValue 3rd Dialogue Day, during The Best in Heritage event

On the occasion of The Best in Heritage annual event, the eCult Observatory organises its third Dialogue Day on 25 September 2014 in Dubrovnik. The aim of the eCult Dialogue Days is to foster the communication between technology providers and cultural heritage institutions, … Continue reading


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CyArk 500 Annual Summit 2014

This 7 and 8th October ​​the ​U.S. ​National ​Archives ​in ​Washington ​will ​be ​hosting ​the CyArk 500 ​annual ​summit.
The ​ theme ​for ​this ​year’s ​conference ​is ​”Democratising ​cultural ​ heritage: ​Enabling ​access ​to ​information, ​technology ​and ​ support.” ​ ​ Continue reading


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Digital Preservation at Cultural Heritage Institutions in Sweden

Digisam has carried out a pilot study on long-term digital preservation to examine the current state of storage and preservation at cultural heritage authorities and to compare it with the current “state of the art”. Continue reading


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V CMA4CH Mediterraneum Meeting

CMA4CH aims to favour the meeting between researchers, experts, connoisseurs and competents on chemometry applied to Environment (environmetrics) and Cultural Heritage (CMA4CH). The biennial event was launched in 2006 and from 2010 it was established an inexpensive course “Multivariate Analysis for Novices” to be held in 3 days parallel to CMA4CH. Continue reading


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1st International Workshop on Big Data in Digital Cultural Heritage

This interesting workshop will be held in the framework of the EUROMED 2014. Big data is a domain which integrates methodologies and solutions across a number of ICT disciplines. It is finding its way to various applications within digital cultural heritage, such as large scale data mining for metadata generation and enhancement, novel visualisation techniques, 3D models of immovable and movable cultural heritage artefacts, search and storage of very large digital libraries, new approaches to digital curation and preservation. Continue reading