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- It will allow users to consult all collections at once with the use of keywords in their own language.
The vocabulary has been completed in 12 languages and consists of over 500 concepts in three facets –photographic technique, photographic practice and keywords – that are structured in a multifaceted, hierarchical way. Discussions are on-going with other projects, in particular Linked Heritage, for improvement and further development of the EuropeanaPhotography Vocabulary, that can be a starting point for other valuable multilingual tools to enrich digitization activities (both for photography and for other cultural heritage). Continue reading →
- Chasen Sino-Sin's complete 3D digitisation services of cultural heritage relics and museums.
As digital technology evolves, 3D data is increasingly preferred as a method of preserving cultural heritage artifacts. It provides an easy way to get in touch with them and significantly reduces the need for physical storage space, offering to museums a portable and accessible platform to exchange information and to researchers the possibility to easily browse and review the materials. Continue reading →
The TEN collection by Fotolia is a collection of digital art. The project hints at a new, wider market for digital artwork through the targeting of internet downloaders.The project began in 2011 with the idea of making 10 pieces of digital artwork from 10 different countries available in 10 months. Continue reading
Unlike cultural artifacts safely housed in museums, cultural heritage sites are constantly at-risk. They are exposed to the daily effects of the natural environment. Using 3D laser imaging, the CyArk project is currently in the process of compiling a database of historical structures from all over the world, with the mission of creating a 3D digital library. Continue reading
“Halls of Justice” was exhibited at the San Diego Art Institute’s 52nd International Exhibit which features a huge variety of contemporary artwork. Continue reading
Australian artist Michelle Willsmore’s new piece ‘Despair Chair’ was created using a Nokia- N8-00 mobile phone. It is just another example of how new mobile phones are influencing and developing digital art production. In the post production process the artist converted the image into black and white and adjusted the image using the contrast and brightness settings. Michelle is an independent visual artist based in the Adelaide Hills in South Australia since 2006. Continue reading
Amsterdam based art duo, The London Police, show cast their new artwork which mixes digital editing, photography, printing and canvas pieces. The StolenSpace Gallery says: “For inspiration, TLP have leaned on the memories of their athletic exploits growing up: The … Continue reading
The exhibition features three artists who use digital images and tools to make their art. “The resulting work transcends the medium and rewards the viewer with rich narratives, intoxicating visual experiences, and reflective social commentary”. Continue reading
The Zimbabwean artist Kudzanai Chiurai uses a mixture of digital photography, editing and printing in the creation of these posters which make a powerful, political and social statement about conflict and violence. Continue reading
“Synthetic biology might be a futuristic idea, but when photographer Vincent Fournier made it the theme for his new art project he looked to the past.” Continue reading
Using the free Google+ technology, a group of international photographers will arrange ‘hangouts’ via the internet where people who are photography or travel enthusiasts, but who are unable to participate due to disabilities or health issues, can be virtual photographers thanks to modern technology. The idea originated with Paula da Silva, a world renowned equine fine art photographer based in Italy. Continue reading
“an art installation on the streets of Rotterdam that covers up urban eyesores with images of the architectural beauty which once existed”. These images are remarkably well integrated into the urban landscape so that they appear, from a 360 degree perspective, to be part of the other buildings and structures which surround them. Continue reading